Community and school gardens
Extension resources can help you learn how to start and maintain a community or school garden, from planning and building the garden itself to choosing what to plant and how to grow it successfully to properly caring for garden tools. Read our community and school gardens publications or visit the School Garden Resources website.
Without pollinators like hummingbirds, bees, ants, butterflies, wasps, and many others, our favorite fruits and vegetables would never make it to our tables. Pollinator populations are decreasing. Research from UGA is helping to identify not only the reasons behind the decline, but also what homeowners can do to help them. Learn more about protecting pollinators.
UGA Extension provides resources to keep people and their homes safe from the pests that prey on them, and to help create clean and healthy human environments. See available pest-related programs, services and resources.
Interest in home gardening continues to grow as people realize the nutritional and economic benefits of home-grown produce Learn how to augment your family's food selection right from your own backyard. View our fruits and vegetables information.
Lawn care and landscaping
UGA Extension provides advice about caring for and protecting lawns and landscapes from pests and disease, and helps both homeowners and lawn care professionals ensure that their grass is always greener. Learn more about lawn care and landscaping or read our lawn and garden publications.
The Center for Urban Agriculture in Griffin, Georgia, provides intellectual leadership through research, teaching and Extension to sustain urban ecosystems, enhance economic development and improve the quality of life in urban settings.
Urban programs and events, trainings, certification opportunities and support from UGA Cooperative Extension agents is provided through the center in order to improve agriculture's impact in urban areas.