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Director
T. Michael Likins

Phone Numbers
(804) 751-4401
(804) 751-0515 (FAX)


Hours 
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Mailing address 
Chesterfield County Cooperative Extension
P. O. Box 146
Chesterfield, VA 23832

Street Address 
Chesterfield County Cooperative Extension
6807 Mimms Loop
Chesterfield, VA 23832
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Get A Healthier Lawn With Grass Roots

 

Healthy Lawns 

Are you frustrated with the condition of your lawn?

Tired of throwing away money on seed and fertilizer, only to see no improvements?

Get to the ROOT of the problem through the Grass Roots Program!

Grass Roots offers residents the opportunity to learn about and remedy specific problems contributing to your lawn's current condition.

Grassroots WorkThe program includes:

  • Site visit by a Master Gardener who measures your lawn area & takes soil sample(s)
  • Detailed site evaluation of lawn – including soil compaction and weed cover
  • Personalized recommendations tailored to your lawn's needs

Registrants receive:

  • Personalized lawn care report – and recommendations to help you get started
  • Publications on lawn care in our area and are referenced throughout report
  • Seasonal newsletter with tips and information on upcoming lawn care seminars

Registration:

  • Program cost is $25, which includes one soil sample.
  • Additional samples are $11 each (price subject to change year to year).
  • The Grass Roots Program is closed for 2017. Join the waiting list for an email reminder when applications become available in Spring 2018.
  • You can call us at 804-751-4401 or email us at vce@chesterfield.gov to be placed on this list or get more information.

Past participants 

In the past 16 years, Grass Roots has

  • helped more than 5,000 residents adopt lawn care practices
  • provide them with healthier turf 
  • helped protect the watershed from excess fertilizers and pesticides.

Surveys show that past participants are very happy with the information they received and the results they are seeing in their lawns.

Interested in learning more? 

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