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Iowa State University Extension & Outreach: Chickasaw County

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County News

Full-time Office Assistant Opening
August 9, 2015

ISU Extension in Chickasaw County has re-opened this position and is accepting applications for a full-time office assistant at their office in New Hampton.

October 12, 2015

Iowa MarketReady Training is for local food producers (fruit, vegetable, meat, dairy, eggs and value-added products) who currently sell their products direct to consumers (farmers’ markets, CSA, roadside stands, etc) and are looking to scale up to wholesale marketing to restaurants, grocery stores, and institutions.

September 18, 2015

A workshop for professional advisors including estate planning attorneys, financial planners, trust officers, public accountants and others who advise on financial planning and charitable giving, will be conducted at the Wilder Business Center on the Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC), Calmar Campus on Thursday, October 29.

September 4, 2015

The 29th Annual Tri-State Agriculture Lender’s Seminar will be held on Wednesday, October 28 in Dubuque, Iowa.  This year’s focus is on market outlooks for livestock, grains and dairy along with the issues of crop cash rents, dairy beef, and organic dairying. 

June 18, 2015

It is often assumed that starting a food hub is a capital intensive process requiring large investments in infrastructure, transportation, logistics and personnel at the outset. A new publication produced by the Leopold Center, ISU Extension and Outreach and the Iowa Food Hub, describes how emerging food hubs can grow successfully under money constraints if cash flow is managed strategically.

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

October 5, 2015 10:05 AM

The Central Iowa Tourism Region recently partnered with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach to provide training throughout...

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