Our mission is to extend lifelong learning to Georgia citizens through unbiased, research-based education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and families.
Goals for Our Citizens
Our goal is to educate homeowners, hobby farmers, master gardeners, and green industry representatives about management of soil and water to produce a healthier environment in and for our gardens, pastures, animals, and landscapes.
Agriculture & Natural Resources
We offer training in landscaping, pest management, identification of weeds and plant diseases and researched information for clients to achieve their highest goals as a homeowner and professional. Soil samples and water analysis testing for pH or lead are processed through UGA laboratories. We serve as a collection site for these samples as well as results.
Question for a Master Gardener?
Answers are just an email or phone call away. Our MG's (Master Gardeners) are happy to assist with questions about gardening, lawns, vegetables, pruning, and trees. The information will be UGA unbiased, researched information. Publications are also available. Drop our Master Gardener an email at Master Gardener Desk. You can also call 678.377.4010. If you are having a problem with a plant, send some pictures (make sure they are small (jpg) and are nice and clear so we can help you to identify the problem(s), insects, etc.
We offer life skills training through hands-on learning in the second largest 4-H program in Georgia. Youth from 5th thru 12th grade can enroll in project activities, leadership skills, camps, and more.
Family and Consumer Sciences
Individuals and families can learn critical life skills affecting each of us today and in the future. We offer information programs on parenting, child/personal care, senior citizens and more.
If you would like to be added to any of the newsletters, please send your email or call us at 678.377.4010 and be sure to include which newsletter you wish to receive and your email address and phone number.
Baby Steps: A quarterly newsletter packed with useful information for parents of babies. In each issue you will find tips on child safety, food and nutrition, and other interesting facts that can make a parents job a little easier.
Enlace Latino (Spanish): A quarterly newsletter with information about health, finance, housing, and the environment. Cooperative Extension agents from four different states work together to bring this important information to the community.
Extension Quarterly: The quarterly newsletter is targeted to citizens of Gwinnett County. Issues focus on family and consumer related topics, horticulture, 4-H, and youth development programs.
Diabetes Life Line: A bi-monthly publication by food and nutrition specialists containing the latest information on diabetes, nutrition, recipes, and important events.
Diabetes Life Line (Spanish): A bi-monthly publication by a nutrition specialist containing the latest information on diabetes, nutrition, recipes, and important events.
Gardening in Gwinnett: A quarterly newsletter on various horticulture topics and upcoming Extension classes and events.
Nutrition and Health: A newsletter on nutrition and general health.
Senior Sense: A quarterly publication specifically for the educational needs of older Georgians. Topics include health, relationships, and resources available to seniors.
Teen Talk: A quarterly newsletter to help parents understand their teens. Each issue contains topics for middle and high school teens.
Gwinnett County Extension
750 South Perry Street, Suite 400
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(678) 377-4030 fax
Office hours are: Monday thru Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Our office is located in the Gwinnett County Government Annex Building on the 4th floor. We are at the corner of Nash and South Perry Street. Right across the street from the City of Lawrenceville City Hall.