Extension Office

Mission of Extension

We deliver lifelong learning across the state through science-based programs and education in agriculture and the environment, family well-being, and 4-H youth.

University of Georgia Cooperative Extension faculty and staff are tackling some of the state’s and world’s grand challenges - from combating diseases and securing a safe food supply to strengthening families, communities and economic growth. We deliver programs through three main program areas:  Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR), 4-H and youth programming and development, Food, Health and Families (FACS – Family and Consumer Sciences).

The Camden County Extension Office Offers a Variety of Resources to Our Community.

4-H Programs

  • 4-H is an educational program focusing on the needs, interest and concerns of youth.
  • Our aim is to help 4-H’ers gain a positive self-concept, develop social skills and decision-making abilities, and learn subject knowledge needed for a productive life. 
  • Camden County is a very dynamic and diverse community, and our 4-H program is tailored to meet those needs!  
    • 5th grade in-school programs 
    • After school special interest club meetings/programs 
    • Summer camps & summer program activities 
    • Contests and events at the County, District & State levels
    • Project Achievement - one of our core programs helping youth develop public speaking skills.  
  • Visit our Camden County 4-H Youth Development Web Pages for additional information on all 4-H programming in our community.  
  • We are always looking for adult volunteers to help with 4-H programs. 

For more information about the programs and opportunities offered, please contact our 4-H agent, Shawnie Sahadeo at 912-576-3219 or ssahadeo@uga.edu.

Agriculture and Natural Resource Programs & Services

Jessica Warren is the Agriculture & Natural Resources Agent & the County Extension Coordinator.  Please contact her with questions jkwarren@uga.edu of 912-576-3219.

UGA Extension Website

Visit the UGA Extension website today.

The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (working cooperatively with Fort Valley State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the counties of Georgia) offers its educational programs, assistance, and materials to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status and is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action organization.