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Fall 2020 HVL Program.pdf

2020 Healthy Virginia Lawns - Resume Home Visits in August and September

Members of the Healthy Virginia Lawn and Landscape team are trained Extension Master Gardener volunteers, who perform lawn and landscape assessments for Hampton homeowners. Let us help you build an environmentally friendly lawn and landscape.

To schedule an assessment, email Gaylynn Johnson, ANR/Horticulture Extension Agent at gaylynnj@vt.edu.   The cost is $30.00 and includes one soil test; $10.00 for each additional soil tests.  We are scheduling home visits for August and September.  This program is only for Hampton residents!

 

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Right TREEtment with Carol August 2020.pdf

The Right TREEtment: Caring for Your Trees with Carol King, VCE Hampton Master Gardener and Tree Steward

Zoom Online Webinars for the following topics from Noon to 1:00pm each day:

August 18, 2020 - "Adding New Trees to the Landscape"

August 19, 2020 - "Caring For Exisiting Trees on Your Property"

Click or copy and paste the following link to register - https://bit.ly/hamptontrees

Getting Started in the Vegetable Garden - Online Classes

Learn the basics to help you get through your first season with Virginia Cooperative Extension!Please send questions to Gaylynn Johnson, ANR/Hort Extension Agent at gaylynnj@vt.edu or 757-727-1401.  Please see below for online presentation slides and videos: 

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April 5 - Getting Started in the Vegetable Garden.pdf
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April 12 - Crop Families and Seasonality.pdf
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April 19 - Natural Pest Control (Chris Epes).pdf
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April 26 - Backyard Small Fruit Production.pdf
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April 26 - Growing Culinary Herbs.pdf
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Engaging with Communities

Virginia Cooperative Extension specialists in community viability work with Extension agents, campus-based faculty, organizational partners, communities, and individuals to further opportunity and build capacity in five program areas:   

Examples of our work include training county elected officials, educating entrepreneurs, facilitating collaborative projects, supporting the growth of community food systems and local economies, enhancing agent skills and community capacity in facilitation and leadership, conducting problem-driven research, and creating publications and tools that address critical community needs.

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