Worth County

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Iowa State University Extension & Outreach: Worth County

Worth County Extension has many programs to offer every group of individuals. We have excellent family programs and resources, wonderful opportunities for youth K-12 to get involved in from 4-H to Clover Kids and more. We have outstanding resources and programs for area farmers and residents. Our office is always a wealth of information for anyone looking for an answer - and if we don't know, we'll find out!
It's always a great time to Join 4-H! If you're interested in becoming a 4-H member or just want more information, please contact the Extension Office at 641-324-1531 or email us at xworth@iastate.edu and we'll be sure you get the help you need!

4-H Enrollment

It's time to enroll or re-enroll in Worth County 4-H. Head over to 4-H Online to get enrolled or re-enrolled. Please refer to the instruction sheets below for questions and or call the Worth County Extension office at 641-324-1531.

New Family Enrollment Worksheet 

Member Re-Enrollment

 

Worth County 2018 Stakeholder's Report            Worth County 2017 Stakeholder's Report 

 

Some of our most popular publications. 

 

         Cash Rental Rates    2019 Custom Rate Survey    2018 Land Value Survey    Ag Decision Maker


 

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Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic 

Soil Testing

                                                    

County News

 

Fall 2019 Commerical  and Private Pesticide Recertification Information 
          

Commercial and Private Pesticide Applicator Training information, Worth County Extension. For pesticide testing in Mason City at NIACC call 641-422-4237. Click here to view all of our fall applicator training courses. 

Featured "At Work for Iowa" article

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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