Collier County Extension Office

    The Collier County UF IFAS Extension building at 14700 Immokalee Road in Naples is currently closed due to severe damage from Hurricane Irma.

Our team has temporary relocated to alternative office space.
Programs that were scheduled at this location are cancelled, relocated or rescheduled until major repairs are completed, please check our calendar of events for updates.

Our offsite educational programming and programs have resumed.

Be assured that your UF IFAS Extension Collier County Team is working hard to get all services back on schedule to continue to serve the community with helpful science based education and “Solutions for Life”.

Thank you for your support and understanding as we, like the rest of our community, regroup and rebuild.
Phones will be answered at 239-252-4800.
Please leave your contact information (Phone and Email) and the appropriate team member will respond as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience.

The Master Gardener Plant Clinic is temporarily relocating to the Collier County Museum, located at 3331 Tamiami Trail E, Naples, FL 34112, and will be operating Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9AM-12PM and 1PM-4PM. Please call with Master Gardeners with your horticulture related questions at 239-252-4815, or email them at

Please visit our Facebook page for helpful hurricane recovery information.

Assessing Damage & Restoring Trees After a Hurricane - English


Assessing Damage & Restoring Trees After a Hurricane - Spanish









2018 Garden Workshop Series



Garden Workshop Schedule








Florida Yards & Neighborhoods for Homeowners Workshop
at the Collier County Extension.  Workshop is free. 

For more information and to register...



Florida Friendly Landscaping for Community Associations Workshop
Learn University of Florida's powerful principles for sustaining healthy landscapes. 

For more information and to register...


Makeover Your Holiday Meals with MyPlate!


Looking for a new recipe? Fruits & Veggies More Matters

Food Safety and Quality



Food and Water Preparation Publications for Hurricane Season

Safe Handling of Food and Water in a Hurricane or Related Disaster

Preparing for Disasters:  Your Food and Drinking Water Supply

Safe Dishwashing Without an Automatic Dishwasher for Home, Community Events, and Outdoor Activities


New Guinea Land Planarian: A New Invasive Species
by Dr. Bill Kern



For more information...


Now is the time to evaluate your trees - before the big winds blow and cause damage.

See our 3 pruning videos on palms and hardwoods...

We also have fact sheets on our website...