Purdue Extension Grant County offers programs in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Health and Human Sciences, and 4-H Youth Development.
One key way Purdue University is engaged in local communities. To citizens of Grant County, this means the local Purdue Extension office is here for you—to be your resource for anything and everything. As Indiana’s land-grant university, Purdue serves Grant County through the staff and resources of the local Purdue Extension office, located on the 4th floor of the Grant County Office Building.
Purdue Extension is:
- An educational source for self-paced students, teachers, and groups.
- A business resource for self-employed people, small businesses, and manufacturers.
- A place where Indiana’s young people become leaders.
- A place where families can learn and grow.
- An agricultural organization that understands consumers.
- A consumer organization that understands agriculture.
- A research and support system for community development.
- An objective source for scientific information.
- A link to research, information, knowledge, and practice.
Are you interested in renting the fairgrounds or viewing the upcoming events at the fairgrounds? You can learn more by clicking below.
View information about the Grant County Extension Homemakers!
View the Master Gardeners website below for information about the program
4-H - the largest youth organization in the country! 4-H is a non-formal, educational program which stresses “Learning By Doing”. There are nearly 900 youth from Grant County involved in 4-H! 4-H is for youth in grades 3-12. Mini...
By volunteering with 4-H, you will be using your skills to help kids explore and discover what matters to them, enabling them to make a positive impact today and in the future. You will help them to set goals, foster a sense of belonging and...