Jones County

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Families make sure you take time to check out the many scholarships that are available thorugh Jones County Extension as well as other partners in Jones County like the Cattlemen and Pork Producers.  

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Jones County

Welcome to the Jones 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. 

County News

November 25, 2019

The Jones County Extension and Outreach office is looking to hire a temporary summer internship position starting in May and ending in August.  If interested in applying please send cover letter, resume and references to Jennifer Fischer at jenfisch@iastate.edu by March 9th.  

November 25, 2019

The Jones County Extension and Outreach Office is looking to hire a part-time Office Coordinator! If interested send your resume, cover letter and references to Jennifer Fischer at jenfisch@iastate.edu by 3 p.m. Monday 12/16/2019. Job Description 

November 25, 2019

Looking for a unique gift to surprise your grandson, daughter or nephew this year? Give the gift of an
experience they’ll love! We have several options to choose from for camps and trips in 2020. Just pick
your favorite (or a few) of the options listed and we’ll supply you with a themed gift box to give
your loved one over the holidays.

December 6, 2019

This is a face-to-face YQCA training. Face-to-face training is 60 minute session for $3.00. You can still take YQCA online for $12.00. To attend this training you will need to register online at yqca.org and select the Cascade location. For other face-to-face training dates check with your county.

December 6, 2019

Denise Schwab

Beef producers in eastern Iowa are encouraged to become Beef Quality Assurance certified, not just because it is the right thing to do, but because it also adds value to the calf crop.

 

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Searching for Accessibility: Lauren’s Story

Iowa State University graduate Lauren Berglund, who is legally blind, talks about the importance of accessibility on campus. She’s encouraged by ISU Extension and Outreach’s initiative to make all extension educational materials accessible.

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