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Purdue Extension: Expert Resources for COVID-19

COVID-19 Extension Office County Status

Given Governor Holcomb's announcement on March 23rd regarding COVID-19, Purdue Extension is required to limit public access to Extension offices. Extension educators are working remotely and still available by phone or email to serve your needs.

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4-H Youth Development

Engaging youth with STEM opportunities is always a focus of Indiana 4-H. Get create with activities and resources that keep your student learning and growing.

4-H Stem Lab Activities Indiana 4-H Youth Development Resources

Home Gardening Help

Perhaps this is the year that you decide to begin your garden. Purdue Extension specialists have resources and tips for getting started. Whether you are a seasoned gardener, or a novice, there is information that can help you grow your best produce.

Online Resources for Gardening Purdue Consumer Horticulture
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Eating on a Healthy Budget (NEP)

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive. Purdue Extension’s Nutrition Education Program has compiled some helpful, simple hints to make healthy choices while staying within your budget.

Eat, Gather, Go Visit Health and Human Sciences
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Guidance for Local Producers, Consumers and Farmers’ Markets

In a time of uncertainty, Purdue Extension is helping producers think about alternative sales methods, helping consumers access fresh and local foods, and helping farmers’ markets minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Food, Farming and COVID-19 Visit Diversified Farming and Food Systems
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Community Development and COVID-19

Purdue Extension interacts with local and community development to provide necessary resources as local governments play a crucial role in working to reduce the spread of the virus.

Indiana Purdue Rural Emergency Preparedness COVID 19 Resources for Local Government