New 4-H MU Extension position opens to help expand youth opportunities in Barry County
Cassville, MO- Barry County University of Missouri Extension Council has opened a new part-time 4-H Youth Program Assistant position, based in Cassville, MO. The position will support the Barry County 4-H program during a time of expansion.
See the links below for the full job description and application. The position will close April 17.
With the arrival of spring, many folks will be thinking of planting time. Whether you are planting a garden, an orchard or thinking of hay and pasture a soil test can help you know what you will need to amend your soil for the best results possible. Call our office for more information. Cost is $15 per sample.
We also, still test your canner gauges. This is a free service which is provided to help keep you safe during canning time.
For guidelines and application http://extension.missouri.edu/centuryfarm
The Missouri Century Farm program's history dates back to 1976 as a result of the Missouri Committee for Agriculture that was co-chaired by James B. Boillot, Director, Missouri Department of Agriculture, and Elmer R. Kiehl, Dean of the College of Agriculture, University of Missouri. The committee's purpose was to organize the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration in Missouri. One activity that was initiated by the committee was the "Centennial Farm" project, which awarded certificates to persons owning farms that had been in the same family for 100 years or more. Interest in the program continued after 1976. The College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources and University of Missouri Extension planned a 10-year update in 1986 called the "Century Farm" program. This program has been sustained as a yearly event with over 100 farms recognized each year. In 2008, the Missouri Farm Bureau became a program co-sponsor.
Alfalfa in the Ozarks Tour
Tuesday April, 22 4:30 p.m.
Glenn and Toni Obermann Farm
Call 847-3161 for directions and details