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The University of Georgia Extension has served Fulton County residents since 1914 when fields still covered much of the county. Over the last century, our programs have expanded to include urban gardening, sustainable landscapes, family and consumer sciences and 4-H youth leadership.

The Fulton County Extension, backed by the resources of Fulton County and the University of Georgia, provides educational programs, information, and actual assistance to citizens of the County. Education and information are also provided to citizens by telephone consultation, site visits, newsletters, news articles, radio and collaboration with other community agencies. Publications and lab services are other delivery methods for education and information to citizens.

 

 

Fulton Fresh Mobile Market


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Our Fulton Fresh Mobile Market is BACK for the Summer 2019 Season

The mobile market will make 12 stops a week throughout Fulton County and is open to the public. Attendees will participate in a 30-minute nutrition class and food demonstration and will then be given a free bag of in-season produce from our mobile market to take home and prepare. It will run this summer from May 28 - August 8

Please note: Attendees must arrive at least 10 minutes after the class has begun to receive the bag of produce.

**Look under our Fulton Fresh tab to get our schedule for the Mobile market** 

 

 

Summer Camp is Here Again!


April 2019 5

 

 


Timely information:

Fulton County 4-H offers overnight summer camps for youth in 4th-12th grades.  Registration is now open!

Summer Camp Registration


New blog alert! Check out our new Agricultural and Environmental Sciences blog, written by our very own ANR Agent, Melissa Mattee!

FULTON FROM THE GROUND UP

 


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Extension News
  • Farm Tours link UGA research farms open their gates for public farm tours this month. By Merritt Melancon | Published: 6/13/2019
  • Nostoc Algae link Too much water can make Nostoc algae flourish and turfgrass suffer. By Clint Waltz | Published: 6/13/2019
  • Metro Markets link Mobile markets bring produce and cooking lessons to metro Fulton and DeKalb county neighborhoods. By Merritt Melancon | Published: 6/13/2019
  • Hep A Threat link Frozen berries recalled because of potential hepatitis A health risk. By Elizabeth L. Andress | Published: 6/12/2019
  • Peach Pest link SSARE-funded study shows less oil can control San Jose scale on peaches. By Candace M. Pollock-Moore | Published: 6/6/2019
  • Online Training link Pest control, landscape management among topics UGA teaches through webinars. By Sharon Dowdy | Published: 6/11/2019
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