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Lowndes County Extension Office

Lowndes County Extension staff
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Office Hours: 8:00-4:30
Katanga A. Mants
County Extension Coordinator
P.O. Box 456
Hayneville, AL 36040
Phone: (334) 548-2315
Fax: (334) 548-2553

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The Next Wave of Fall Armyworm Damage IS HERE!

By Kathy Flanders on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 9:34 am

Watch for Next Wave of Fall Armyworms in Forage Grasses

By Kathy Flanders on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 12:14 pm

White Sugarcane Aphid Found on Sorghum in Escambia and Chilton Counties in Alabama

By Kathy Flanders on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 11:27 am

Fall Armyworms in Forage Grasses Update, Week of July 14

By Kathy Flanders on Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 1:28 pm

More Reports of Fall Armyworm in the Week of July 7

By Kathy Flanders on Thursday, July 10, 2014 at 11:18 am

Fall Armyworms Reported In Seven Alabama Counties

By Kathy Flanders on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 11:03 am

WARNING: Watch for Sugarcane Aphid in Sorghum

By Kathy Flanders on Monday, June 23, 2014 at 12:57 pm

About Lowndes County

Lowndes County was established on January 20, 1830 in honor of William Lowndes, a statesman from South Carolina. Lowndes County is a rural community located in the south-central portion of the state. It is bound by Montgomery, Butler, Crenshaw, Wilcox, Dallas and Autauga counties. According to the 2006 estimated census, the county's population is 12,759. Of the population, 71 percent is black, 28 percent is white, 54 percent is female and 46 percent is male. Over half of the adult citizens are high school graduates.

There are seven incorporated townships. Hayneville is the county seat. The educational system is made up of two public high schools, two public middle schools, three public elementary schools and one private academy, PK through 12th grade. The major transportation routes are Interstate 65, US Highways 80 and 31. Some of the major attractions are the Civil Rights Activist Memorials, Southern Sportsman's Hunting Lodge, Lowndes County Interpretative Center, Holy Ground Battlefield Park, Robert Henry Lock & Dam, White Hall Entertainment Center & Resort, Lowndesboro Heritage Celebration, Marengo House Restaurant, and Calico Fort Arts and Crafts Festival. The Alabama River provides both economic and recreational opportunities for Lowndes County.

The major agricultural crops in the county include cattle, broilers, sod and hay. The major industries include Sabic (formerly GE Plastics), Lowndes County Board of Education, Lowndes County Commission, Daehan Solutions Alabama, Inc, American Apparel, Kelly Aerospace, Inc, Cummings Inc., International, Bates Turkey Farm and Priester's Pecans. Newer employers to the county are White Hall Entertainment Center & Resort and Flying J Travel Center.

The Lowndes County Extension office has 3 full-time and two part-time employees. The county is served by local and regional agents and specialists in the program areas of: 4-H and Youth Development; Agriculture; Forestry and Natural Resources; Urban Affairs and New Nontraditional Programs; Family and Individual Well-Being and Community and Economic Development. We have taught people to raise animals, protect their investments and their environment, beautify their landscapes, and prepare healthy meals for their families.

The Lowndes County Office is committed to improving the lives of the citizens of Lowndes County through education.

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