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Iowa State University Extension & Outreach: Hardin County

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County News

September 21, 2020
Commercial Pesticide Applicator Continuing Education has added additional dates to accomodate social distancing.  The programing dates for are listed with pre-registration forms. Contact the Hardin County Extension at 641-648-4850 to pre-register or email pre-registration forms to xhardin@iastate.edu. 
Retirement Blackboard
September 18, 2020

Your thoughts on retirement may be among the many things in flux due to COVID-19. Some employers are offering early retirement incentives. Many Iowans are considering early retirement due to job challenges, health concerns, or other reasons. On top of that, temporary policy changes have made it easier for people to withdraw from their retirement accounts during 2020. You may have questions as you sort through your options

September 17, 2020

A four-session course focusing on Equine Managament decisions beginning Wednesday, September 30th and continuing October 7th and October 21st from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

September 17, 2020

Totally Tomatoes (freezing and canning) – October 8 or 12
All About Apples (canning, freezing, drying) – October 22 or 28
 

September 11, 2020

September 23rd at the the Hardin County Extension Office.  Must Pre-Register by Sept. 21st by calling 641-648-4850.  $20.00 Recertification fee payable by cash or check.

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