Clinton County

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June 2012 Petting Zoo

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

Clinton Community Garden Project

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Clinton County

Clinton County Extension brings research-based information from Iowa State University Extension to you. We offer education and programs that provide our county with "Information for Everyday Living."

County News

August 5, 2014

Tools for Transitioning into Organic Agriculture

May 15, 2014

Grow It - Teach It - Learn It!  Classes to become a Clinton County Master Gardener will begin September 9, 2014.

February 7, 2014

Iowa State University Extension is offering several ServSafe® classes for food service professionals. ServSafe® training will provide knowledge every food service provider must know about food hazards and proper food handling practices in order to keep food safe and protect the establishment against the costly nightmare of a foodborne-illness outbreak. Participants will learn ways of prevention, regulatory requirements, and how to improve food quality

August 29, 2013

 Members of the Clinton County 4-H Livestock Judging Team competed in the Iowa State Livestock Judging contest in Ames, Iowa on Saturday, August 24, 2013. The team began meeting in March and met fifteen times before the contest. The Junior team members were Judd Swanton, Collin Swanton, Carson Deppe, and Wyatt Lindstrom. The Senior individual who participated was Madison Burke. Congratulations to all who participated and to the Junior Livestock Judging Team for winning High Overall Team and High Junior Team Questions! The Juniors who participated as individuals were Carson Deppe and Collin Swanton. Collin earned 3rd Individual and 1st for Individual questions. A special thanks to the coaches: Don Swanton, Dave Delaney, Dan Burzlaff and Dan Smicker.

Featured "At Work for Iowa" article

Farmers talking to farmers and learning from each other will help Iowa ramp up water quality efforts and implement new management practices to carry out the state’s Nutrient Reduction Strategy. The goal is to reduce the nitrogen and phosphorus loads in water leaving farm lands.

Iowa State University Extension & Outreach News

September 18, 2014 01:53 PM

Job growth in the retail and service sector has not matched the wages of manufacturing and other middle-skill level jobs lost over the...

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