The Energize the Economy Roadshow is coming to three Iowa communities during May. America’s Small Business Development Center Iowa and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Wayne, Marion and Greene counties are partnering with local resources and businesses to bring the roadshow to Corydon, Knoxville and Jefferson.
Young people learn by doing. That’s why Iowa 4-H is launching the 4-H Career Pathways Academy for all Iowa youth in grades 8-11 to explore pathways to college and career readiness. This 12-month, immersive program will officially kick-off June 28-30 on the Iowa State University campus.
National Agriculture Day is celebrated across Iowa and supported by the ever-changing resources of Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
The Women in Agriculture Conference will be held March 26 in southeast Iowa, with speakers from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. Topics will include managing stress, preparing for farm succession and understanding the current grain market.
Representatives of nonprofits, local government, schools and other organizations are encouraged to register for Grant Writing 101. The online workshop, created by ISU Extension and Outreach Community and Economic Development staff, provides Iowans with hands-on training in seeking and writing successful grant applications.
Registration is still open for Food Safety, Sanitation and Preparation. The two-part training program from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach provides education on food safety concepts and best practices, and reviews quality assurance standards and control measures essential to proper food processing.
The 2021 Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll, conducted by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, asked farmers questions about community vitality.
Learn how to prepare for farm transitions during a two-day event offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and the Beginning Farmer Center at Iowa State University.
A rural sociologist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach compares wage workers to self-employed workers during the COVID pandemic.
An energy company and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach are working together on a project that turns corn stover into renewable energy.