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Extension News for South East Georgia

Camden County Extension Hiring 2 Full-time Positions

UGA Extension Camden County is currently seeking qualified applicants for both our County Extension Secretary Position and our County Extension 4-H Program Associate Position. These positions are full-time, benefit eligible positions through UGA working with our office in Woodbine, Ga. For more information see the listings or call our office! …
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Pre-registration for our stormwater management workshop is now open!

Solutions to the Pollution- Stormwater for Camden Residents is now accepting pre-registration. This informative workshop will cover a wide variety of topics to help local residents manage stormwater including; “What is stormwater?”, tools and strategies for stormwater management, and local resources for residents. The workshop will be offered Tuesday, January…
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Foundation plants must tolerate hot conditions and hard soil

By Paul Pugliese  UGA Extension  What makes a good foundation plant for your home landscape? Any plant that can tolerate extreme heat, highly compact soil and a highly alkaline soil pH is a good candidate. Plants like loropetalums, abelias, crape myrtles, hybrid hollies, maples, spiraeas and yews are suitable foundation…
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Island Apple Snail Volunteer Removal Day

Island Apple Snails are an invasive species that destroys native vegetation and displaces native species.  Camden County Extension in partnership with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Camden County PSA, and the Coastal Georgia Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area is hosting a volunteer day to remove Island Apple Snails and…
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CLIMATE LEARNING NETWORK WEBSITE COMPILES THE BEST AND LATEST WORK BY SCIENTISTS AND EXTENSION EXPERTS

Southern Regional Extension Forestry (SREF), in collaboration with eXtension, an online learning resource for Cooperative Extension System professionals, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, have launched the Climate Learning Network (CLN) website,  climatelearning.net, as a clearinghouse for the most up-to-date information for farmers, homeowners, natural resources professionals and Extension personnel….
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