Check out what Extension Services have been up to below!
Serving Lee County through Education & Training
Our mission is to respond to Lee County issues and needs through customized education and training in agriculture/natural resources, horticulture, 4-H/youth development, marine education, Florida Yards & Neighborhoods, and family and consumer sciences.
For more information visit the UF/IFAS Lee County Extension Services website or call 239-533-IFAS(4327).
Want to Become a Master Gardener?
The UF/IFAS Lee County Extension Service conducts Master Gardener Volunteer training every 18 months. This 14-week comprehensive course will offer students thorough training on basic botany, horticulture, pest management, and the principles of Florida's unique and delicate horticultural ecology. Please apply online here for the next Master Gardener Volunteer Training Program.
Florida Yards & Neighborhoods Classes
Learn the principals of Florida-Friendly Landscaping™
(FFL) using low-maintenance plants and environmentally sustainable practices. Lee County Extension Master Gardeners will provide
materials and instructions on the nine principals of creating and maintaining a
“Florida-Friendly Yard.” This program
will teach you how to cultivate a beautiful landscape that can save you time,
energy and money while protecting our delicate South Florida environment.
For information regarding the Florida Yards & Neighborhoods program, contact Stephen H. Brown at 239-533-7513 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Nutrition Program
Check out the latest edition of Healthy Times, our monthly newsletter.
Farmer's Markets: Purchase quality produce which is typically less than grocery stores and support local growers! There are two local farmer's market that are open year round.
- River District Farmers Market: Centennial Park parking lot.
- Alliance for the Arts GreenMarket: 10091 McGregor Blvd.