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2015 Central Iowa Fair - July 8th - July 12th

2015 Iowa State Fair- August 13th - 23th

County News

December 22, 2014

Region 8 4-H County Councils/Leadership Team and Iowa State University Collegiate 4-H will be hosting a lock-in for Boone, Hardin, Marshall, and Story Counties on January 30-31st, 2015. All 7-12th grade 4-H members may register and invite a friend.   

December 18, 2014

The 2015 Annual Garden Calendar, "Whimsy," is now avialable for purchase at the Marshall County Extension Office

November 20, 2014

 Looking for some more resources following the Marshall County "Finalizing ARC/PLC Decisions" Meeting? Here are some resources for you!

November 10, 2014

In both subtle and obvious ways, the changing roles of farm and ranch women are influencing American agriculture and global food security. To tell the story of farm and ranch women’s changing roles, the new Women in Ag Learning Network is hosting a series of three webinars beginning on Nov. 18.

November 4, 2014

Iowans can expand their financial knowledge and skills without leaving home with free online classes and webinars from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and eXtension.

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In 2014 ISU Extension and Outreach asked both potential constituents and long-time partners how to best serve the needs of Iowans. And then we listened.

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December 5, 2014 01:00 PM

A little advanced planning goes a long way towards adding cheer instead of stress to the holidays, according to two human sciences...

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