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UGA Extension COVID-19 Resources

UGA Extension has provided online educational programming, consultations and essential lab services during the COVID-19 pandemic while observing safe health practices for employees and the public. We offer resources for adults and 4-H youth on health, food, finances, parenting, agriculture and more. For the latest status on programs, contact your local Extension office or visit the events calendar.

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Weather Emergencies Timely information to prepare for and recover from weather-related emergencies like hurricanes, tornadoes and drought.
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Ag Products Connection

We are partnering with Georgia Grown to promote Georgia farmers that are keeping regular hours, providing curbside pickup, home delivery, or ecommerce sales during the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more, and view the full list of businesses sorted by county, visit the page below:

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Health & Wellness


If you’re anxious about your child wearing a face covering this fall, you’re not alone.
Practicing with masks before school starts can help kids with new rules If you’re anxious about your child wearing a face covering this fall, you’re not alone.

Money & Home Finances


The U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS have extended the deadline for filing and paying 2019 income tax liability three months — from April 15 to July 15.
How coronavirus has affected tax deadlines The U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS have extended the deadline for filing and paying 2019 income tax liability three months — from April 15 to July 15.

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Farms & Small Businesses



Youth Education & Parenting


The Georgia 4-H Science and Environmental Education Program will be offering new “Zoom into Science” sessions for the fall. This collection of virtual learning lessons allows youth from across the country to connect with scientists, researchers and engineers through an online communication platform, Zoom.
Georgia 4-H online science series continues into fall The Georgia 4-H Science and Environmental Education Program will be offering new “Zoom into Science” sessions for the fall. This collection of virtual learning lessons allows youth from across the country to connect with scientists, researchers and engineers through an online communication platform, Zoom.

Food Safety & Cooking


It’s the height of tomato season in Georgia and the harvest is abundant. Tomatoes can be preserved by canning, drying, freezing or pickling. They can also be used in creating fruit spreads like jams, jellies and marmalades.
Tomatoes can be preserved to enjoy year-round It’s the height of tomato season in Georgia and the harvest is abundant. Tomatoes can be preserved by canning, drying, freezing or pickling. They can also be used in creating fruit spreads like jams, jellies and marmalades.

Gardening & Self-Reliance


Home gardeners who want to expand their edible backyard bounty to include fruits are invited to participate in the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Backyard Fruits webinar series that runs through June 5.
UGA Extension offers webinar on backyard fruit production Home gardeners who want to expand their edible backyard bounty to include fruits are invited to participate in the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Backyard Fruits webinar series that runs through June 5.

Video Series: Advice from UGA Extension Experts


As we all work together to get through this challenging time, UGA Extension specialists are regularly providing webinars on timely topics. Visit the full series to select from more than 35 archived webinars on topics like stress and mental well-being, best health practices, telecommuting, home gardening, meal planning and financial literacy.

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Frequently Asked Questions for UGA Extension

Is my local office open?

What is the status of events?

  • For the most updated information, we encourage you to visit our Extension Calendar to view that event’s respective calendar entry for details.
  • If you are registered for an event and it is canceled or postponed, you will receive an email with additional information.

I paid to attend an event. Will I receive a refund?

  • Yes, but please be patient with us as we process refunds in the coming weeks. All registrants will be contacted. 

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