Hancock County

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Stress management resources for all ages, all professions.

Ag Decision Maker: An agricultural economics and business website

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Hancock County

When you need to make decisions that affect your family, farm, business or community, look to Iowa State University Extension and Outreach of Hancock County for unbiased, research-based information and education to help you make better decisions!

 


 

County News

On Their Own & OK Youth workshop
December 2, 2016

Youth in grades 4th-6th are invited to this workshop to build skills, maturity, and confidence to safely stay home alone.  Held on GHV no school day, Monday, January 16th from 9:00am - 3:00pm at the Garner Ed Center.  Click for more information.

November 23, 2016

What is 4-H LEGO Leauge all about?  Come check out what our teams will be presenting on Sunday, December 11th from 1:30-3:30pm at the Garner Ed Center.

April 5, 2016

Ag Decision Maker is a decision-oriented agricultural business web site designed for farmers, lenders, farm managers, agriculture instructors, and others.

November 2, 2015

A BIG thank you to our Hancock County 4-H sponsors!  Hancock County is home to more than 180 4-H members and nearly 40 4-H volunteers.  Nearly 90 K-3 graders got to participate in Hancock County Clover Kids last year.  Our summer programs reached 315 youth.  Our sponsors help make this program a HUGE success!

August 17, 2015

Join us for this virtual series that will give you the tools to work towards your financial goals

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