The Cumberland County office of Virginia Cooperative Extension is your local connection to Virginia's land-grant universities, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University.  Through educational programs based on research and developed with input from local stakeholders, we help the people of Cumberland County improve their lives. We provide education through programs in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Family and Consumer Sciences, 4-H Youth Development and Community Viability.  

The Cumberland Extension Office completes a Situation Analysis every 5 years. A Situation Analysis assists us in discovering the issues that residents and stakeholders within Cumberland feel are most important. While educational programs offered through Extension always seek to address a local need, over time those needs change or new ones emerge.

This Community Survey will help Extension understand what is important to the residents of Cumberland County. Your feedback is very important.  Please take a couple of minutes to share your opinions.  The results of this survey will help shape Virginia Cooperative Extension educational programs in Cumberland County.  The survey is completely anonymous.   

Please click the link below to complete the survey:

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Summer Newsletter

2018 Virginia Pesticide Collection Program

This program will take place throughout the month of September 2018 and there are 8 locations in Central Virginia so you can choose the location most convenient for you.  This program is for the disposal of unwanted and outdated pesticides currently stored by agricultural producers, licensed pesticide businesses, certified applicators, golf courses and homeowners.  Collection times will be 9 AM to 1 PM at each location.   There MUST be a completed pesticide disposal form returned 30 days prior to the collection event and they can be returned to the address listed on the disposal form.  Please review the brochure below for a list of acceptable and not acceptable pesticides for the program.

Virginia Food Access Network (VFAN)

The Virginia Food Access Network (VFAN) accelerates efforts, connects partners, and shares resources to solve child hunger in Virginia and create nutritious food access for all Virginians.

Were you a 4-H member? Did you attend 4-H camp? Or maybe you were a 4-H volunteer? Identify as a 4-H alum, and represent your 4-H state:

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