Since 1902, 4-H has been growing leaders. Today, we still empower kids to lead, question, get the job done. Enroll in 4-H today…see how you’ll GROW. After all, true leaders aren’t born. They’re grown. Explore Washington County 4-H using… Read More
Welcome to the Washington County Agriculture website.
Do you wonder what should be done to ensure a bountiful bloom on your roses this spring? Are you interested in growing roses but don’t know where to start. Well, the upcoming Rose Care Basics Workshop is for… Read More
Please join us for an informative workshop to learn about herb gardening in raised beds. You will learn about what herbs to grow in the spring garden, and how to care for them. Attendees will participate in a raised bed… Read More
Beef Cattle Basics is an educational series provided by UF/IFAS Extension designed to give new and experienced producers a solid educational foundation for their beef cattle enterprises. Beef Cattle Basics will address six topics that are essential to… Read More
Farmers and ranchers, the deadline for the 2017 Census of Agriculture is February 5 – just one week away! There are two ways to respond: online at www.agcounts.usda.gov or by mail. The census, conducted just once every five… Read More
Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) are a popular game fish along the Gulf coast of Northwest Florida. They are highly prized by anglers both as table fare and for their ferocious fighting. As part of an effort to better manage… Read More
Please join us for an informative workshop to learn about managing insects in fruit & vegetables. You will learn how to identify common insect pests, control insect pests and submit samples for diagnosis from University of Florida / IFAS specialists…. Read More
The annual Washington County Youth Fair highlights all kinds of projects from crafts, photography and baked goods to poultry, rabbits, cattle and swine projects from youth all over our county. The Youth Fair rule book is available online… Read More
Happy Thanksgiving from your Gardening in the Panhandle Team !
The satsuma mandarin (Citrus unshiu) is a popular dooryard fruit tree, and emerging crop, across the Florida Panhandle. 100-150 years ago it was a major cash crop for the region, with boxcar loads being shipped to the Northeast during the months of October-December…. Read More
Are you looking for ways to keep your kids motivated, engaged and having fun during the summer months? 4-H Day Camps are a great way for them to have fun but also learn, play and grow their skills. … Read More