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Commercial and Private Pesticide Training!

Upcoming Commercial Pesticide Applicator classes have been scheduled.


Check out our calendar for dates and times. Don't forget to call 712-542-5171 to sign up for the classes you need.


Private Pesticide Training will be on December 18th- with an afternoon and evening session. 


Remember you must attend continuing education classes each year or retake the exam. 

Here is the link to our calendar of events!

It's never too late to join 4-H or Clover Kids!

It doesnt matter if you didn't join Clover Kids in Kinder or 4-H in 4th grade! You can join in any grade and at any time during the year! Call us at 712-542-5171 for more information.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               















County News

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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