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USU Extension

  • 28 E State St
  • Farmington, 84025
  • 801-451-3412

Welcome to Utah State University Extension in Davis County.

Extension is a cooperative program between Davis County, Utah State University and the United States Department of Agriculture and is the link between Utah State University and the citizens of the county.

Our focus is to provide unbiased research-based educational programs that will enhance the quality of life for the citizens of the county. This local website will focus on programs, services and publications available at the Davis County Extension Office.
  • 920 S 50 W
  • Kaysville, 84037
  • 801-544-3089

The Farmers Market is a great addition to the educational and recreational experiences the Utah Botanical Center provides. We are excited about the opportunities to host the Farmers Market to enrich the lives of people in surrounding communities and support local growers, gourmet food producers and artisans.  SNAP cards are accepted.

Features include:

  • Local Produce

  • Gourmet Food

  • Artisans

  • Entertainment

  • Children Activities

  • 920 S. 50 W.
  • Kaysville, 84037
  • 801-544-3089

We offer educational opportunities for children and adults, all backed by USU Extension. The center is home to an arboretum arranged according to the irrigation needs of its more than 300 trees and shrubs, gardens and home landscapes that demonstrate wise water use and research aimed at conserving the region's rich array of plants.

The USU Botanical Center also features a much-loved urban fishery, walking and biking trails, wetland areas that support birds and other wildlife, a volunteer-tended garden that provides thousands of pounds of fresh produce to local food banks, a seasonal farmers market and a full schedule of classes, workshops, educational field trips and other events.

The USU Botanical Center is the result of a shared vision and partnership between Utah State University, public agencies, individuals, civic groups, businesses, and foundations - important alliances that are bringing the center to fruition.

  • 28 E State Street
  • Farmington, 84025
  • 801-451-3409
EFNEP is designed to assist limited-resource audiences in acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and changed behavior necessary for nutritionally sound diets, and to contribute to their personal development and the improvement of the total family diet and nutritional well-being. We provide free nutrition lessons to families and youth in Davis County to help improve their quality of life by learning:
Basic concepts of food and nutrition
Buying skills
Meal planning
Food safety
Food Resource management
  • 28 E State Street
  • Farmington, 84025
  • 801-451-3403
Have you always wanted to learn more about gardening? Do you want to help the community with your gardening knowledge? Now is your chance! Master Gardeners attend 40 hours of class lecture and give back to the community by providing at least 40 hours of community service. They learn through classroom lectures, reading course materials, completing a worksheet from the class each week, giving hand-on service, and participating opportunities to instruct others in the community.
Areas of training:                        
    Basic Botany
    Soils and Fertilizers
    Irrigation
    Fruits and Vegetables
    Trees, Shrubs and Flowers
    Weed Science
    Entomology
    Integrated Pest Management
    Turfgrass
    Landscape Design
    Plant Pest Diagnostics
  • 28 E. State Street, Room 107
  • Farmington, 84025
  • 801-451-3412
Davis County offers a broad variety of camps for every child. Camps range from single day, to overnight, to camping in the wilderness.  Each camp has a different focus on science, cooking, sewing camps for children, or high adventure. Register for any one of these classes today!
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