Agriculture & Natural Resources
How can we assist with your Agriculture and Natural Resource needs?
Our goal is to assist and educate hobby farmers, businesses, homeowners, gardeners and Master Gardener Extension Volunteers with information about plant identification, plant diseases, insect identification, pest control, and soil and water testing. We offer Lunch & Learn classes, soil and water lab analysis, and consultations with a UGA Agriculture agent. Open each of the pages listed to the left to learn more about our services.
Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program
Thank you for your interest in the 2022 Master Gardener course. We have now passed the application deadline. The 2023 in person Master Gardener course is currently projected to run mid-August through mid-November. The application window for this class is projected to be mid-April through the end of May 2023. If you would like further information about the Master Gardener program or would like to add your name to the list to receive an application for the 2023 class when they are available, please contact Lisa Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teachers, how about a garden for your school?
Extension offers teachers excellent opportunities to start a school garden. We have experts to answer questions such as: Where will the funding come from? How big should it be? Who will tend the garden? How much time will it take to get results from the garden? For information about our school garden program, contact Kim Fritz at 678.377.4023 or email email@example.com.
School Garden Resources offers complete information about school gardening.
UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences News
News related to family, agricultural, consumer, and environmental sciences, as well as UGA Extension news.