Our Address:

10650 Gateway Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63132
Office: 314-400-2115 Fax: 314-569-4199

The St. Louis County office is located just north of the
Danforth Center off of Warson Rd. in between Page and Olive
in the Lindbergh/Warson Industrial Park.


2015/2016 Christmas Holiday hours:

Our office will be closed starting Thursday, December 24th, 2015 through through Monday January 4th, 2016 for the Christmas/New Year's Holidays.  
Our Specialist will still be available to answer your questions, just leave us a message and someone will return your call.  
Soil Samples will not be accepted during this time.  
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

314-400-2115 or stlouisco@missouri.edu

Have a Safe and Happy Holiday.

Robotics Exhibition

December 1, 2015

Tuesday December 1, 2015 at 5:30 pm at 10650 Gateway Blvd.  Sign up by November 24, 2015

Find out more here...

So, what is an Extension Council and how can you get involved?

County extension councils

In all 114 Missouri counties, an MU county extension council, of elected and appointed citizens, guides local educational programming. County council members are partners in the entire educational process, from needs assessment through program implementation and evaluation of outcomes.

Nominations are now being accepted for St. Louis County Extension Council members, download a nomination form here!

The G.H.O.S.T. Project

An exciting new program for High School students.

A joint effort of our 4-H Youth Futures program and The Storytelling Festival, the masters of Storytelling will be holding unique workshops geared specifically for High School students. Find out more information here.

An Introduction to Prevailing Wage and Service Contracting Laws Seminar

January 20

Join Labor Education Specialist, Rob Russell and PTAC Specialist, Millie Miller-Hoover, for a two-day seminar on Prevailing Wage and Service Contracting Laws. The seminar is $20 per session (per person).

Download the flyer here for more information (PDF).
Register Here

The Fundamentals of Selling to the Government-The First Steps

The federal government awards more than $500 billion dollars in contracts annually to small business owners. Are you ready to market yourself to the world’s largest customer?

Our office will be presenting four seminars on how to sell to the government.  Each seminar will last three hours and will focus on the critical first steps to becoming a government contractor, how to identify opportunities and understanding the contracting process. The seminar will also cover MO PTAC (Procurement Technical Assistance Center) services available to assist Missouri businesses in all aspects of government contracting. From 8/1/2014 thru 7/31/ 2015 MO PTAC assisted small businesses receive $487M worth of federal contracts.

Each seminar will be on a Thursday at our office at 10650 Gateway Blvd., Creve Coeur, 63132 from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.  The next seminar is:

December 10, 2015 (Thursday)

For more information, see flyer here
Register here  

MU Extension's Millie Miller-Hoover

Have you met our PTAC specialist, Millie Miller-Hoover? She's the person to talk to if your business— including small, disadvantaged and women-owned firms — needs assistance in obtaining federal, state and local government contracts. Her contact info is: 314-400-7378 or millerhooverm@umsystem.edu!  She's here to help! Find out more about what MO PTAC can offer your business...

Bailey Lutz Joins our Faculty as a STEM Educator

Bailey is a recent graduate of Saint Louis University with her Bachelors of Arts in Environmental Science.  She is excited to join the 4-H team as a STEM educator and share with others the importance of hands on education with today's youth.  Bailey will be working on the 4-H Tech Wizards program, which is being replicated around the U.S. through National Mentoring Program grants from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the National 4-H Council.

In addition her position with the University of Missouri Extension, Bailey also works part time at the Saint Louis Zoo in the Education department where she leads overnight programs teaching visitors about animals and how zoo keepers take care of animals. She is passionate about science and our environment, and enjoys sharing that with others.  

Bailey is also a volunteer with Relay for Life where she manages volunteers, organizes activities, and schedules entertainment and events to help raise money for the American Cancer Society.

Kandace Fisher-McLean Obtains her Ph.D.

Housing and Environmental Design Specialist, Kandace Fisher-McLean recently obtained her Ph.D. from Mizzou.  Check out the video in which she is highlighted by clicking here.

Leslie Bertsch joins our faculty

Leslie Bertsch, MS, MPH, RD, LD
MU Extension, Nutrition and Health Education Specialist  

Mrs. Bertsch currently serves as MU Extension- St. Louis County’ s newest Nutrition and Health Education Specialist. Leslie comes to MU Extension with 10 years of experience in community/public health nutrition. Prior to joining Extension, Leslie was the Director of Nutrition Education at Operation Food Search. For five years, she led a team of nutritionists administering a community nutrition education program for food-insecure families in the St. Louis Metro Area. As a public health practitioner, Leslie believes that providing preventative education services to residents and leading community organizations to implement better health and wellness policies will provide the tools needed for everyone to achieve a healthy lifestyle. Leslie is excited to be part of the MU Extension family and is looking forward to providing research-based health education to all residents living in the St. Louis Metro Area. Leslie currently lives in West St. Louis County with her husband and when not out in the community teaching, you can usually find her outside being active.

MU Extension in St. Louis offers 4-H Robotics

Moving into a new space?

Watch MU Extension Housing Specialist, Kandace Fisher-McLean, instruct new renters/owners what to look for when moving into a new space.

MU Extension soil testing in St. Louis

MU Extension offers soil testing all year long. If you have any questions or would like more information, you can reach Nathan Brandt at 314-400-7388. See our Soil test flyer (PDF) for more details about sample size as well as drop-off locations. We look forward to seeing you!

Soil sample instructional video

Watch MU Extension Horticulture Specialist, Nathan Brandt, demonstrate the proper way to take a soil sample.

Green Cleaning Series with Kandace Fisher-McLean

Interested in crafting your own homemade cleaners? Contact Kandace Fisher-McLean for information on her Green Cleaning Series. Her class demonstrates making your own environmentally-friendly cleaners at home. All supplies will be provided. Craft your own cleaner, test it out and take it home! Fee: $15. Watch her create laundry detergent!

MU Extension offers health insurance education

Because of the new health care law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), individuals, families and businesses will need to make decisions about their health insurance. As a nonpartisan entity, University of Missouri Extension provides education to ensure that you have the resources and skills you need to make informed health insurance decisions for yourself, your family and your business. Call the University of Missouri Extension Center in St. Louis County at 314-400-2115 -OR- Send an e-mail to stlouisco@missouri.edu and include your name and phone number in the message.

MU Extension is providing this information to help Missouri residents make informed health insurance decisions by understanding options and responsibilities outlined in the Affordable Care Act. MU Extension
provides factual information on public policies such as the ACA. Learn more at our website: extension.missouri.edu/insure

MU Extension: earthquake preparedness

Preparing for the next damaging earthquake can help you and your family to survive and recover. The seven steps that follow include actions to keep you and your loved ones safe, reduce potential damage and recover quickly. By following them, countless casualties can be avoided and millions of dollars saved. Preparation is the key to surviving a disaster. You can start today by following these seven steps. Click here to view the flyer (PDF).

2014 Annual Report

Interested in how MU Extension served the St. Louis area in 2014? Check out our Annual Report (PDF).

Room rental in our office

Need a space for your next meeting? The MU Extension in St. Louis office has meeting rooms for rent! Please contact us for pricing and availability. Call 314-400-2115 or StLouisCo@missouri.edu.


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