4-H'ers: this page is a great resource for you! You can learn more about 4-H and the policies, and find the current project manuals and requirements. Bookmark it!
The Dining with Diabetes program is a positive and proactive approach in reducing the effects of diabetes. It is open to anyone with Type II diabetes, their family members or caretakers. Dining with Diabetes is a two part educational program lasting four weeks with a two month follow-up session.
Over the last few days, we have had several individuals contact the Extension Office asking about soil and how to improve their garden soil. Hopefully this newspaper article will help answer some of those questions. If you have more after reading, donâ€™t hesitate to contact the Extension Office for more information.
The "Fantastic Foods" curriculum series is designed to help youth have fun in the kitchen as they prepare different foods, do fun experiments, and go on fact-finding missions. The curriculum is designed around six major categories: healthy food selection, smart food purchasing, food safety and science, food preparation, food preservation, careers, and food around the world.
A total of five pieces are available in the series. The four youth activity guides: Six Easy Bites (grades 3-4), Tasty
Crabgrass is probably one of the most hated weeds around Indiana. Due to how annoying it can be to homeowners, it is important that you understand the various ways to control it from overtaking your lawn.
Come join us April 2nd as we celebrate National Walking Day for our first WALKTHETALK event! Mayor Brian Wyndham is going to be talking about the exciting changes happening to US 40. Everyone is welcome, and we hope to see you there!
Do you love to sing and perform? If so, please consider joining the Clay County Melody Makers.