Bremer County

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Waverly Community Sharing Garden

Learn it. Grow it. Teach it. Become a Master Gardener.

Bioreactor removes nitrates.

Economic Development

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Bremer County

You can rely on your dedicated Iowa State University and Bremer County Extension staff for unbiased, research based information and educational services. We emphasize healthy people, healthy environments, and healthy local economies for our Iowa citizens. Click Here to see our new video: “HOW DO WE BENEFIT BREMER CITIZENS”   Click here to watch our Barn Quilt Video.  Click here for our new Barn Quilt Map.

Oct 5 – Youth Committee Meeting, 6:30 pm, Extension Office
Oct 19 – Master Gardeners Meeting, 7 pm, Extension Office, Tripoli
Oct 21 - Roadside, Forest, and Aquatic Pest Management Training, 9 am, Extension Office, Tripoli
Oct 29 - Mosquito and Public Health Management Training, 9 am, Extension Office, Tripoli
Oct 29 – Windbreak Meeting, 6-9 pm, Butler Extension Office, Allison

County News

September 29, 2015

Register now to attend the 4-H Halloween Party, there will be lots of fun for everyone.

September 27, 2015

Bremer County offers Pesticide Trainings in Tripoli & Waverly.

August 14, 2015

Bremer 4-H and FFA members enjoyed and exhibited their projects…some went to Iowa State Fair

August 14, 2015

Cover crops are one method to improve soil quality, manage soil nutrients, and protect our resources.

August 14, 2015

For the fifth year, volunteers and the Bremer ISU Extension office grew and donated several thousand pounds of fresh vegetables and fruits.

Featured "At Work for Iowa" article

Extension council members are elected officials and are responsible for being good stewards of taxpayer dollars. They manage the county extension budget, hire county staff and help select educational programming from ISU Extension and Outreach.

Iowa State University Extension & Outreach News

September 23, 2015 02:33 PM

Acorns are falling from oak trees into yards everywhere. Viable acorns can be grown into oak trees, if properly handled.

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