UGA Extension Office

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Whitfield County continues its agricultural needs with more than 39,000 acres in farmland and a farm gate value for agricultural products of over $144 million, Whitfield County farmers benefit from UGA researched-based information.

The Agriculture & Natural Resources (ANR) program assists homeowners, farmers and land owners by providing educational seminars and workshops on topics from landscaping to wildlife management and everything in between. ANR services include but are not limited to soil, water, and forage testing; plant disease diagnostic services; insect identification; and troubleshooting landscape problems. Please follow the links on this site to find further information, or contact us at UGA Extension in Whitfield county at 706-278-8207.

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ANR Agent
Shane Kornberg
Shane KornbergAgriculture & Natural Resources ANR Agent kornberg@uga.edu706-278-8207
Restoring the Earth
Restoring the Earth Regenerative agriculture, a movement both burgeoning and broad, is underpinned by the public’s growing awareness of how land stewardship and agricultural production contribute to the fate of our planet. By Maria M. Lameiras | Published: 9/21/2023
Plants, Pollinators and You
Plants, Pollinators and You Because they are not learning in a traditional classroom or even through traditional methods, students in Kris Braman and Bodie Pennisi’s service-learning course are required to step into their communities to put their learning into practice. By Claire Sanders | Published: 9/14/2023
Dalan at Delta
Dalan at Delta Dalan Animal Health headquarters moved to the Delta Innovation Hub, where the company teamed with researchers in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) and the College of Veterinary Medicine to further advance the world’s first vaccine for honeybees. By Brandon Ward | Published: 9/12/2023
Invasive Spotted Lanternfly
Invasive Spotted Lanternfly University of Georgia experts say vigilant prevention strategies, early detection and timely interventions can help keep spotted lanternflies from spreading into Georgia and elsewhere. By Emily Cabrera | Published: 9/11/2023
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