The last in the 4-class series beekeeping workshop organized by Clark County Extension will take place on April 4 at the Clark County 4-H Fair grounds (in the Food stand)
Call for Clark County Farmers to Submit Photos and Videos - Clark County Farmers Appreciation Day Celebration - July 16th 2017
As part of the celebrations this year, the organizing committee plans to stream videos highlighting farming and farmers in Clark County. We cordially invite Clark County Farmers to submit photos and videos to the chair of the organizing committee, Sharon Hubbard (Text to 502-541-7755 or email to email@example.com) to be included in the set up.
Managing your trees and lawn so your backyard looks beautiful and without "breaking the bank" only takes adhering to best practices and the application of easy tricks. Clark County Extension will be hosting a tree and Lawn management workshop on March 30 at the 4-H Fairgrounds (9608 Highway 62, Charlestown, IN 47111) to share these best practices with homeowners.
Whether you are a crop or livestock farmer, a vegetable grower, a land/home owner, input supplier or an agribusiness manager, you have heard and perhaps participated in the debates about genetically modified crops or the popular version, genetically modified organisms (GMOs). So much has been said and written on this topic but the controversies surrounding the subject still remains. Often the facts on this topic are difficult to separate from myth and fiction. Clark County Extension in an effort
Clark County Extension is sponsoring a 4-series class beekeeping workshop in March and April. Beekeeping experts and beekeeping supplies companies including Purdue University, Dadant & Sons Inc., Bastin Honey Bee Farm, LLC, New Albany Honey & Apiary and the Beekeepers of Indiana will teach these classes
The 2016 Annual Clark County Farmers Appreciation Day celebration took place during the County's Fair on July 10th. The event was climax with the giving of awards to 4 deserving Clark County Farmers who have contributed a significantly to Agriculture in the County - The Heritage Farmer award, the Heritage Farm award, the Urban Farmer award and the Young/Beginner Farmer award
With the ever narrowing profit margins in farm family incomes and the unpredictability in productivity of age old farming practices, diversifying farm income in Clark County does not need to look too far - beekeeping offers that promise