Crawford County

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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Crawford County

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 Custom Rates 2015

Cash Rental Rates 2015

Click on the link below for entering projects in the Crawford County Fair:

http://crawford-county.fairentry.com

Crawford County 4-H/FFA Code of Conduct

Iowa Code of Conduct

 Click on the link below to get all of your record keeping forms:

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 Crawford County Fair July 21-27, 2015

Iowa State Fair August 13-23, 2015

County News

Colten Jepsen
July 20, 2015

Forty Iowa youth are beginning their new terms as State 4-H Council members. They were inducted during the closing ceremonies of the 2015 Iowa 4-H Youth Conference on July 2.

4-H Clover
July 14, 2015
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June 19, 2015

Adults often avoid talking about race with children, but young people notice similarities and differences among people. Parents shouldn’t be afraid to discuss the subject of race with their children -- even young ones, an Iowa State University Extension and Outreach specialist says.

roses
June 19, 2015

Several common disease problems can damage a rose’s natural beauty. Disease organisms can cause unsightly leaves, reduced flower production and result in the death of leaves or even the entire plant. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach horticulturists give advice on how to keep roses healthy and protected from these diseases. To have additional questions answered, contact ISU Hotline at hortline@iastate.edu or call 515-294-3108.

June 19, 2015

Root vegetables come in many shapes, sizes and colors, are very nutrient-rich, and are typically avail-able year-round. Below is a chart indicating when some common root vegetables are in season. If chewing is difficult, root vegetables can easily be softened using a variety of cooking methods (e.g., bak-ing, steaming).

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