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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Clarke County

As time seems to fly by don't forget that Iowa State University Extension and Outreach is available with research based information for you. Be sure to check out the latest edition of Words on Wellness for the latest in nutrition and fitness.As always our office is open if you have any questions be sure to give us a call! See what Extension can do for you!

County News

January 7, 2015

How can Master Gardeners support the local food systems?  In 2015, we will be exploring this question as part of the Winter Webinar Series.  All sessions will be held from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm on Thursday, January 15, February 12, and March 12.  There will be no charge to attend the series at the Clarke County Extension office in Osceola.  

December 18, 2014

The 3 State Beef Conference will be held on January 13, 2015 at the Southwestern Community College in Creston, Iowa.  The 3 State Beef Conference is designed to provide beef cattle producers and other agricultural professionals in Iowa, Missouri, and Nebraska an update on current cow-calf or stocker topics.  Pre-registration is required for this event.  Registrations are due by January 9, 2015.  Registration fee is $25, which includes a meal and materials.  To register, call Page County Extension at (712) 542-5171 or toll free at (877) 596-7243.  

November 6, 2014

The Clarke-Decatur FSA office announces some important USDA deadlines.  For more information contact the Clarke-Decatur FSA Office, 709 Furnas Drive Suite 2, Osceola or call (641) 342-2162.

September 2, 2014

It is hard to believe that it is time to get enrolled in Clarke County 4-H already.  Adventures await for all Clarke County Youth.  Kindergarten - 3rd Grade have a great Clover Kids program available while those grades 4th - 12th have traditional and specialized clubs available.  Members explore a wide variety of life skills including healthy living, the environment, citizenship, plants and animals, science and technology, and expressive arts through hands-on activites in a non-competitive environment.  

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