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  1. MU Extension to lead Double Up Food Bucks in much of Missouri

    • Jan. 19, 2022

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – This year, more low-income families in Missouri and Kansas will be able to double their buying power when purchasing fruits and vegetables.New USDA funding will allow the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) to expand the Double... Read more ...

  2. Carbon credits focus of MU Extension 'Inspired by Annie's Project' online course

    Carbon credits focus of MU Extension 'Inspired by Annie's Project' online course

    • Jan. 19, 2022

    EDINA, Mo. – Women in agriculture can learn the latest about carbon credits and carbon sequestration during a free “Inspired by Annie’s Project” online course set for Tuesday, Feb. 8.During the two-hour interactive course, University of... Read more ...

  3. Missouri 4-H members compete at 2022 Western National Roundup

    Missouri 4-H members compete at 2022 Western National Roundup

    • Jan. 18, 2022

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Eight Missouri 4-H members competed this month at the 2022 Western National Roundup, an annual event held in tandem with the Western National Stock Show in Denver.During the four-day event, 4-H and FFA members from more than 30... Read more ...

  4. Marking a 100-year legacy for 8 Missouri 4-H families

    Marking a 100-year legacy for 8 Missouri 4-H families

    • Jan. 14, 2022

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Missouri 4-H Foundation recently recognized eight families with the 2021 Missouri 4-H Century Family Award. Each family represents a combined 100 years or more of membership and volunteer service within 4-H.Lewis CountyThe... Read more ...

  5. 'Selling at the Farmers Market' webinar series set for February

    • Jan. 13, 2022

    COLUMBIA, Mo.– Producers selling local foods at farmers markets can learn about best practices, marketing tips, state regulations and available resources in a five-part webinar series presented in February by University of Missouri... Read more ...

  6. Get 'nearly free' fertilizer by frost seeding legumes

    • Jan. 13, 2022

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – High nitrogen prices make it especially important to consider frost seeding legumes this winter, says University of Missouri Extension state forage specialist Craig Roberts.“2022 is different because fertilizer costs have... Read more ...

  7. With high fertilizer prices, are you better off buying fertilizer or supplemental hay?

    • Jan. 12, 2022

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Increases in fertilizer prices add to the cost of growing forage for grazing. This leads farmers to ask if they should buy hay or fertilizer, says University of Missouri Extension nutrient management specialist John Lory.Comparing... Read more ...

  8. Community conversations to engage employers in building Recovery Friendly Workplace networks

    Community conversations to engage employers in building Recovery Friendly Workplace networks

    • Jan. 10, 2022

    WHEN: January-February 2022 WHO: University of Missouri Extension’s Community Health and Labor & Workforce Development programs CONTACT: Ann McCauley, Rural Opioid Technical Assistance Project director, to... Read more ...

  9. MU Extension offers free Hard Cider School in February

    • Jan. 7, 2022

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Fermented apple juice, known as hard cider, is growing more popular in Missouri.“Several breweries and wineries in the state have ramped up production to satisfy the demand,” said Michele Warmund, University of Missouri... Read more ...

  10. Heroes to Hives opens enrollment for 2022

    Heroes to Hives opens enrollment for 2022

    • Jan. 6, 2022

    WARRENSBURG, Mo. – Enrollment is open for Heroes to Hives, a free program that helps military veterans, active-duty personnel, reservists and their families learn the art of beekeeping.University of Missouri Extension agronomist Travis Harper leads... Read more ...

  11. MU Extension offers business webinars for specialty crop growers

    • Jan. 4, 2022

    COLUMBIA, Mo. - University of Missouri Extension is offering a webinar series to help specialty crop growers improve their business skills.During the Specialty Crop Business Management Series, new and established farmers will learn how to make... Read more ...

  12. Planting seeds of thought for choosing seeds

    • Dec. 22, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – As winter sets in, gardeners thumb through seed catalogs in anticipation of next year’s gardens.But not all seed sources are created equal, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist Katie Kammler.Choose a reputable... Read more ...

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