Production agriculture will be front and center at the annual Davis-Purdue Agricultural Center Field Day. The event is scheduled for August 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The educational program is free. Davis-Purdue is located five miles north of Farmland on Indiana 1.
Trees are lost or seriously damaged every year from high winds, heavy rainfall and other storm-related weather. Once the tree is damaged, deciding on what to do is an important process. Urban Forestry Specialist Lindsey Purcell explains common tree injuries and how to identify them, how to conduct a risk assessment when trees are damaged, and steps to take after the storms are over.
Please find the Spring 2016 Clover Patch Newsletter
Need help deciding what project to take in 4-H? Please take a look at the 2015 Fair Handbook. Inside you will find all the projects listed as well as the exhibit requirements. You can enroll for 4-H by going to https://in.4honline.com. Please feel free to contact the Extension Office at (765) 932-5974 with any questions you may have.
Do you know what to do during a natural disaster?
We have an exciting new option this year! You can now watch short video summaries of 2016 outlook articles direct from the authors.
As the Health & Human Sciences Extension Educator with Purdue Extension in Rush County, I provide a variety of programs, materials, and information for the residents of Rush County in areas that affect the quality of their lives. I work with individuals, groups, and organizations in the areas of foods and
nutrition, family resource management, human development, and health education.
Programs dealing with parenting include Have a Healthy Baby, Parenting
Counts, Block Party, Parenting Piece