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Iowa State Extension and Outreach: Jackson County

We invite you to explore the Jackson County Extension website and learn research based information from a variety of resources available through Iowa State University Extension. We look forward to serving you, please feel free to contact us at any time.

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 Maquoketa Vision 2020 Future Choices Project
 Maquoketa/Jackson County Regional Trade Area: Economic & Social Overview  (56pp)
Maquoketa Community Survey Questionnaire with frequencies    (16pp)
Future Choices Survey 2012, Summary of Data Analysis (5pp)
Maquoketa Vision 2020 Project   All Five Scenarios   May 9 Neighborhood Meetings      (5pp)
Synopsis of Neighborhood Meetings    (5pp)

County News

April 21, 2010

Farmers find ISU Extension's farm financial planning analysis to be an objective tool before making operational changes.

Iowa State University Extension & Outreach, Jackson County is hiring for three (3) summer positions. Position responsibilities include organizing materials and activities for summer youth programs for youth 5-12 years old, conducting educational activities at selected sites in Jackson County, providing on-site program leadership for summer programs, performing fair related tasks, and other duties. See the link below for a complete job description and application. Applications are due to the Jackson County Extension Office by March 15th. 

Summer Program Coordinator (2 positions)
30+ hours/week, Monday – Friday

Summer Program Assistant (1 position)
20+ hours/week, Monday-Friday

Application - due March 15th, 2019

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