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Farm Leasing Meeting August 23rd! 

Click the link below for detailed information and how you can get registered!

2018 Extension Council Elections!

We are looking for members of our community who would be interested inlearning more about being a member of the Extension Council. Please feel free to call, email or stop by ant talk about the opportunity to give back to Page County. 
Contact Kimberly Wellauer- Cavalier at 712-542-5171, email wellauer@iastate.edu or stop by our office at 311 E Washington in Clarinda

Page County Fair July 24-29, 2018

Click this link for the 2018 Fair book in PDF form. 

Questions about the fair? Call us at 712-542-5171 or check out these FB pages
Page County Fair- https://www.facebook.com/pagecountyfair/
Page County 4-H- https://www.facebook.com/pagecounty4H/
Page County Extension and Outreach- https://www.facebook.com/ISUPageCountyExtensionandOutreach/

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Growing Strong Families
March 13, 2018

Calling all Page County Families with children 5 and under! We have a program just for you! 

Highly trained and Certified Parent Educators provide knowledge and resources to families in the Page County area. The services are free to families funded through a grant and any resident of Page County with one child age 0-5 (until their 6th birthday) OR an expectant mother can recieve services.   Call Mary Auten at 712-542-5171 or email her at auten@iastate.edu for more information.

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Horticulture Meets Citizenship at Soldier Garden

4-H youth are learning about horticulture, history, farming practices and citizenship in the Soldier Garden at the Fort Museum in Fort Dodge. 4-H’ers have planted and are taking care of the garden with guidance from ISU Extension and Outreach Master Gardeners.

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