The Horticulture program in Wood County is staffed by Program Assistant
419-819-3071 (Direct Number)
Vegetable gardening is fun and rewarding. Growing food at home has never seemed like a better idea. During World War II, Americans were urged to plant “victory gardens” as the nation faced potential food shortages. The COVID-19 crisis has yet to seriously threaten the food supply, but the sight of empty grocery store shelves and less than ideal produce, has led Americans to produce their own vegetables. To learn more about Vegetable Gardening in these uncertain times
Join Craig Everett Horticulturist with the Ohio State University Extension office this Thursday May 21st 7:00 pm virtually via Carmen Zoom.
To Register for Covid-19 Vegetable Gardening log in at this address:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
The goal is to extend information from the university to the public in the area of Horticulture and Natural Resources, including care and maintenance of turf-grass, trees and shrubs, landscapes, vegetable and fruits, aquatics, woodlots, wildlife ,and pest control. Education is provided so Wood County residents and commercial clientele can be more efficient in growing plants and be mindful of environmental stewardship