Virginia Cooperative Extension
Master Gardener Help Desk is working virtually at this time while the VT Disease Clinic is unable to accept physical samples. Give us a call at 757-890-4940 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are having problems in your yard or garden. Be sure to include your name, email address, phone number and quality pictures of issues and also of the entire plant and a brief description of your problem. No plant/insect/weed samples will be accepted through the office until further notice.
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Asian Giant Hornet aka "Murder Hornets" are NOT in our area. Click here for more information on what you may be seeing.
4-H Junior Summer Camp for York/Poquoson has been canceled for 2020. Everyone will receive a full refund for any deposits made.
Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) provides educational programs conducted in workplaces, schools, and communities of Virginians. Research based information from Virginia Tech and Virginia State University is used by Extension Agents and their volunteers to teach people innovative ways to solve problems.
Virginia Cooperative Extension responds to the needs of individuals, families, groups and organizations with educational programs in the three broad areas: ANR, FCS, and 4-H. The York/Poquoson Office accomplishes this through newsletters, clinics, workshops, and outreach by community volunteers.
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The York County Community Garden is located adjacent to the baseball fields at the McReynolds Athletic Complex, 412 Sports Way just off Route 17.