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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Lucas County

Welcome to Lucas County Extension's website. Browse through the pages to see information from Iowa State University Extension and Lucas County Extension. We hope you enjoy your visit and come back soon.



2022 Lucas County Day Camp Medical Form (for youth not actively enrolled in 4-H or Clover Sprouts)



2022 Lucas County Fair Book- Downloadable PDF

2022 Lucas County Fair Livestock Entry Form (Word) (PDF)
2022 Lucas County Fair Static Exhibit Entry Form (Word) (PDF)




Office hours: 

Monday - Thursday 8:00am-noon and 12:30pm-4:30pm
The office is closed on Friday. 
The Lucas County Office will be closed:
July 4th, 2022
September 5th, 2022
November 24th, 2022
2021 Stakeholder Report

County News

May 10, 2022

Registration is OPEN for the 2022 Lucas County Summer Day Camps! With several different topic areas to choose from, there is sure to be a great fit for every youth! 

March 17, 2022

Lucas County Extension and Outreach seeks to hire a food stand manager for the 2022 county fair. 

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January 31, 2022

Lucas County Extension and Outreach is seeking three qualified AmeriCorps members to be serve youth programming May through August 2022. 

January 31, 2022

When money worries and challenges become overwhelming, many people become unable to see beyond their immediate crisis. Soon other parts of their life begin to fall through the cracks, like paying bills or other important tasks.

September 7, 2021

This program was created for staff and volunteers who lead guided programs at Iowa’s cities and tourism attractions, including museums, nature areas, agritourism, city tours, and historic sites.

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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