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Fathers Matter
Research shows that a father's positive engagement can improve child well-being whether they live full-time with their chi (More)
Food Preservation Publications are Available at Your Local Extension Office and Online
Ashley GoudeyNutrition, Food Safety and Health AgentMore)
Canning Videos Available
Whether you are new to canning or just need a refresher on safe canning techniques, the Rapid Response Center has new food preservation videos! Follow this link for videos from choosing the right tested recipe to the canning process all the way to re (More)
County Fair Season
Individuals of all ages are encouraged to exhibit a prized item, creation, and/or skill in Open Class at your county fair. The fair is a great place to see local talent on display and to enjoy entertainment with your friends and family. Contact your (More)
Stain Removal
Nora RhoadesFamily and YouthDevelopment AgentMore)
Pressure Gauge Check Dates
New dates have been added to the pressure gauge testing schedule.  Please drop off your gauge at least one day before the date listed for each county and we will test your gauge and make recommendations if needed.  It is recommended to have your pres (More)
Farm Succession Planning Seminar
Harvesting w (More)
Add Some Red, White, and Blue to Your Plate
Raspberries, grapes, blueberries, cherries, strawberries, watermelon, cauliflower, white peaches, blackberries, plums, the list goes on and on!  Add More)
You Asked It
The July Issue of You Asked It! is now available at Topics include: New Food Preservation Videos Are Pe (More)
Greetings from Landscaping & Grounds!
By Jackie Toburen, Physical Plant Supervisor Senior, Grounds Maint. It’s Green Up (Mow, Mow, Mow), then Dry up (Water, Water, Water) time on the KSU Grounds.  We have seen a major change in rainfall amounts in the last few weeks.  It seems that when (More)
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