About Crawford County Extension
The University of Georgia Crawford County Cooperative Extension Office extends lifelong learning to Georgia citizens through unbiased, research-based education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and families. See more information about our services in:
Oct 25 Northeast Georgia Master Cattlemen's Program The UGA Beef Team is excited to offer the Master Cattlemen's Program. This program involves detailed, in-depth educational seminars related to beef cattle. The program lasts 8 weeks and meets on Monday evenings Sept 13-Nov 1 from 6:30pm-8:30pm. This program is being co-hosted by Madison and Oglethorpe Counties.
- Crawford, GA - (98.0 Miles)
Oct 26 Not So Spooky Lunch and Learns October is the perfect time to explore the bizarre, different, and possibly spooky subjects, but this series is a little different. Throughout the month of October, Pike County Extension aims to turn these creepy crawling topics and make them "Not So Spooky". Join us as we explore the soaring world of bats, dark wonders of composting, sprawling invasive species, and rushing waters of stream monitoring. October 5th: Bats October 12th: Composting October 19th: Invasive Species October 26th: Stream Monitoring
- Concord, GA - (35.0 Miles)
Oct 26 Growing Citrus In The Lake Country We receive lots of questions about growing citrus in the Lake Country area. Can it be done? Yes it can, if you select the correct varieties. Join us Tuesday October 26, 2021 at the Putnam County Extension Office, 663 Godfrey Road, Eatonton, Georgia. We will have one session at 1:30 PM, and another session at 6:30 PM in a effort to keep group size small, and make the program more available to our clients. You will learn about variety selection, soil prep, planting times, and follow up care. We will follow social distancing recommendations during the meetings. Please call 706-485-4151 to register for this free program
- Eatonton, GA - (60.0 Miles)
Advancing Georgia's Leaders A program of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, AGL is designed to educate and empower agriculture professionals to be dynamic industry leaders.
Killer Tree When oxidized, a chemical in black walnut trees can be toxic to plants, animals and people.
4-H Forestry The Georgia 4-H Forestry program teaches youth to identify up to 70 Georgia tree species, as well as common pests and diseases that impact those trees.