30 Catoctin Circle, S.E., Suite B
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
The Virginia Cooperative Extension
(VCE) program in Loudoun County provides technical information to agricultural and horticultural producers and landscape managers about recommended practices and techniques for topics such as:
- Alternative crops
- Breeding, selection, animal health, and marketing
- Crop production
- Pest, disease, and plant identification
- Pesticide recommendations for insect, weed, disease, and nematode control
- Promoting Chesapeake Bay cleanup
- Reducing soil erosion, improving water quality, and stopping pollution
Through the Master Gardener program
, the Virginia Cooperative Extension recruits and trains volunteers to assist the public on horticultural matters. Volunteers provide educational programming on vegetables, fruits, ornamentals, lawns, yard waste management, insects, diseases, weeds, and water quality.
The Commercial Horticulture program offers technical and educational support in the production and management of horticultural crops such as Christmas trees, shade trees, turf, greenhouse plants, vegetables, and grapes and other fruits. Technical and educational support is also offered in yard waste management, professional landscape services, municipal landscape management, and arboricultural services.
4-H Youth Education
Do you want to have fun, make new friends and learn new things? Then, Loudoun County 4-H is the place for you! If you can dream it, 4-H can help you do it with hands-on experiences and projects with caring adult leaders. You will have opportunities to gain knowledge, leadership skills and deliver community service. Loudoun County 4-H offers a wide variety of programs for youth ages 5-19 in the club setting, in school enrichment, in camps, and other activities. We strive “To Make the Best Better!” every day!
Loudoun County 4-H is sponsored by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, the Commonwealth of Virginia, Virginia Cooperative Extension and by Loudoun County government.