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Welcome to Crisp County Extension. We take pride in helping with all your needs. Our mission here is to extend lifelong learning to Crisp County citizens through research-based education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and families.


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  • Fulton Fresh Mobile Market
    Fulton Fresh Mobile Market The Fulton Fresh Mobile Market is visiting six spots in Fulton County that fall within a “food desert,” as defined by USDA. An area is a food desert if it has at least 100 households that lack transportation and are more than half a mile from a supermarket; or has either 500 people or a third of the population more than 20 miles from a supermarket. By Jim Gaines | Published: 7/22/2024
  • Poison Ivy
    Poison Ivy Poison ivy is infamous for causing allergic reactions in up to 50 million Americans annually, according to the American Skin Association. By Mark Czarnota | Published: 7/18/2024
  • 40 Under 40
    40 Under 40 Honorees include a Georgia state senator, high-end textile designer and tech leaders. By Clarke Schwabe | Published: 7/17/2024
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Upcoming Events

  • Jul 23 - Jul 27 State 4-H Congress 4-H Event
    • Atlanta, GA - (141.0 Miles)
  • Jul 25 - Jul 26 4-H2O Camp (Pike and Spalding Counties) Join in on educational, water fun for two days with trained environmental educators! Students will play water games, take field trips, and learn about water and environmental concepts during this action-packed camp. Each day will begin at 9:00 am and end at 4:00 pm. This camp is intended for rising 5th through 8th grade students. Space is limited to 24 students, so register early.
    • Meansville, GA - (81.0 Miles)
  • Jul 25 Fruits and Vegetables from Other Cultures Think beyond the tomato and pepper this year and try growing something NEW from a different culture! The horticultural world has so much to offer beyond our borders, and many of these vegetables and fruits can be enjoyed in your own home garden. From Loofa gourds to Thai ginger, you don’t need your passport as Lisa Klein takes you around the multicultural fruit & veggie world in 60 minutes.
    • Virtual Event