Crawford County

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Crawford County

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach of Crawford County provides people of all ages a variety of opportunities to participate in life-long learning to create a vibrant county for a strong Iowa.

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 - 4:30 CLOSED unitl further notice.

 

Crawford County Fair July 22-26, 2020

 

Iowa State Fair August 13-23, 2020

COVID-19

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County News

Office Closed
July 1, 2020

To keep staff safe and healthy for county fair it was decided today that the Crawford County Extension office will continue to be open by appointment only. The door is locked so please call ahead or knock when here. Staff is back in the office every day and our office hours are 8:00- 4:30 Monday- Friday, please call our office (712-263-4697) or email (xcrawford@iastate.edu). Thank you for your understanding in this unprecedented time.

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August 7, 2020

Crawford County will offer a “Last Chance” Private Pesticide Applicator Continuing Instruction Course (CIC) for private pesticide applicators on August 24 at 1:00 pm,  at the Crawford County Extension office in Denison, Iowa. This program, produced by the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP), will fulfill 2020 recertification requirements for private pesticide applicators.

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August 4, 2020

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August 3, 2020

The Iowa State University Crawford County Extension and Outreach office will host a meeting on Tuesday, August 17th, beginning at 5:30 p.m. with doors open at 5:00 p.m. The location is at the Crawford County Extension office located at 35 South Main Street, Denison.  The meeting will last approximately 2 ½ hours and will be facilitated by Tim Christensen, farm and agriculture business management specialist with ISU Extension and Outreach.

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July 10, 2020

It appears obvious that some parts of NW and WC Iowa are short of moisture, and crops have been showing stress. The most recent drought monitor map shows the riskier areas. How does moisture stress effect yield?

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