Dr. Wallace Tyner and graduate student Stephen Lira of Purdue University are working on an exciting new research project that will attempt to quantify the economic benefits and costs of various soil health practices including cover crops.
Learning to manage money early in life can set students up for future personal financial success. The number one reason students drop out of college is due to money problems, that's why Purdue Extension Benton County and Benton Community Foundation partnered to offer high school students a 6 hour College Survival Workshop focused on saving, budgeting, and preparing for college.
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Make a difference everyday! Purdue Extension Benton County is accepting applications for 4-H Summer Assistant position.
A community of parents with young children who connect, learn, and share about raising healthy active children. Group meets monthly, join us!
Learn the basic skills of proper camera care and use.
Learn how to trace your family history to find out who your ancestors were, where they lived, and interesting facts about them.