From energy conservation to raising better tomatoes and helping youngsters develop self-esteem, the University of Florida/ Volusia County Extension offers a wealth of practical information for today’s families.
Through a partnership among Volusia County, the University of Florida and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Extension Service can provide assistance with such community issues as water conservation, environmental protection, family health and nutrition, youth development and economic stability for Volusia's commercial agricultural enterprises.
The extension service is an off-campus educational branch of the University of Florida. Extension agents, who serve as the county's "teachers," reach more than 2 million people each year through presentations, telephone calls, lab diagnoses, pamphlets and other outreach programs.
This real-life learning approach, established in 1914 by the federal Smith-Lever Act, is one of the world's largest informal education and developmental organizations.
All University of Florida/IFAS Volusia County Extension classes and programs abide by ADA requirements.
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Map and directions
Take I-4 west and use Exit 118 to get onto State Road 44 (East New York Avenue), heading east. After about a quarter-mile, you'll see our office on the right.
Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
University of Florida / IFAS Extension
3100 E. New York Ave.
DeLand, FL 32724
Bradley Burbaugh, Ph.D.
Laura Cash, B.S.
Lisa Hamilton, B.A.
Karen Stauderman, M.S.
Kalan Taylor, M.S.