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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Cedar County

Welcome to the Cedar County Extension and Outreach website! We offer an array of services designed to help with a variety of needs. Our office provides research based information and education on agriculture, environment, business, community, healthy living, families and youth to improve the quality of life in our communities. 
Monday-Friday 8:00AM - 4:00PM

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March 23, 2022

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Weekly Outlook

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October 19, 2021

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Counseling will take place via virtual sessions, chat or phone call. People of all ages may join groups online to find support and learn new strategies to cope with the effects of the pandemic in a variety of creative ways

January 25, 2019

African violets are one of America’s most popular houseplants. They belong to the Saintpaulia family and are not related to the hardy violets found in outdoor gardens. Under the proper growing conditions, they will bloom almost continuously indoors. Horticulturists with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach explain how to grow African violets. To have more questions answered contact Hortline at 515-294-3108 or hortline@iastate.edu.

November 9, 2018

Community Partnerships for Protecting Children (CPPC) Cedar County is a community-based appraoch to child protection.  Community members, professionals, and families work together to develop and implement local programs, services, supports, and policies that positively impact families and protect children from abuse.

Featured "At Work for Iowa" article

Youth Test Skills, Learn about Wildlife Habitat

The Wildlife Habitat Education Program offers young Iowans hands-on environmental education. They learn about the importance of conservation management and how to be stewards of the land. Youth also have an opportunity to test their wildlife knowledge in friendly competition in state and national contests.

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