Clark County 4-H Online Enrollment Begins!!!
October 1st - January 15th
Purdue Extension, Clark County has being partnering with Clarksville Parks and recreation to deliver continuing and adult education programs to residents of the County in the areas of vegetables gardening, sustainable natural resource utilization and environmental stewardship. These classes are designed for all ages and are delivered to clients of the Parks and Recreation who may be elementary school children or adults. This time, Clark County Extension is offering a class on healing gardens on
Whether you are a crop or livestock farmer, a vegetable grower, gardener, land owner, input supplier or an agribusiness manager, you have heard and perhaps gotten involved in the debates and conversations about genetically modified crops or the popular version, genetically modified organisms (GMOs). So much has been said and written on this subject but the controversies surrounding this topic still remain for such a long time. There are many myths surrounding this touchy subject and the facts ar
The annual southern Indiana Area 2 Agricultural outlook event is here! Its purpose is to help farmers, land owners, input suppliers, agribusiness managers and those interested in Agriculture make better business decisions in the coming year. The session for Clark and Floyd Counties will take place on December 13th at 7:30am at CLARK COUNTY 4-H FAIRGROUNDS, 9608 Hwy 62, Charlestown, Indiana
November/December 2016 Extension Newsletter
If you want to honor the family while building and transitioning your family farm business, there are important decisions and actions to take. This upbeat, interactive workshop, presented by Jolene Brown, CSP, will provide information about successful leaders and managers of legacy farms/businesses. Jolene's presentation, "The Positives of Passing It On," will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2016.
Purdue Extension Clark County partners with local communities and organizations to disseminate Extension education to individuals who may not traditionally come to the Extension office to participate in such events. This out-reach effort has paid off partnering with the Clarksville Parks and Recreation. Not only are we able to reach out to audiences who do not patronize our annual vegetable gardening classes but we are also able to have a broader diversity with such a partnership