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Help children cope with ice storm aftermath Print E-mail
Documenting damage helps with disaster funds Print E-mail
Benefit Pizza Buffet for Northern fourth graders Print E-mail

A benefit buffet for Northern Elementary fourth graders will be held at Edwardo's Pizza & Subs in Falmouth from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday, February 19. The benefit is for the purpose of assisting the fourth graders in attending an overnight 4-H Environmental Camp on April 18-19.


4-H Camp - Register now! Print E-mail

It’s that time again! 4-H Camp is a few months away but securing your spot is right now! 4-H Camp is scheduled for August 3-6 and is held at North Central Campground in Carlisle. This year Pendleton is camping with Harrison, Robertson, Bracken, and Fleming counties. We are really excited about the classes and activities that will be offered at camp.

Thanks to friends of Pendleton County 4-H, camp is being offered at the amazing rate of $100 per camper! Please take advantage of the affordable rate and fun that 4-H camp offers. Campers are ages 9-14 years old. However, we need adult and teen counselors as well so stop by the office to get your application!

Applications are available at the Pendleton County Extension Office and the front desk of Southern, Northern, and Sharp Middle School and space is limited! Contact the Extension office for questions: 859-654-3395.


Ten tips for generating profit from hay operations Print E-mail

Winter is a good time to think ahead to the growing season that’s not really all that far away. Cash hay sales can be an income source for many Kentucky farmers. These 10 management tips can help you generate the most profit from your hay enterprise.

Protect your heart Print E-mail

Heart disease is the number one cause of illness and death for North American women and kills more women than all forms of cancer combined. February is Women’s Heart Health Month, and it is a great time for women to start taking better care of their hearts all year round.

Comer hailing provision in federal farm bill for hemp Print E-mail

Agriculture Commissioner James Comer applauded news that the proposed federal farm bill contains language that would take a giant step toward restoring industrial hemp production to Kentucky and the nation.

4-H Banquet for 2013 Print E-mail

The Pendleton County 4-H Banquet was held at the Pendleton County Extension Office on January 19, 2014. All 4-Her’s in attendance were recognized for their participation and accomplishments for the 2013 4-H program year.

Multivitamins and you Print E-mail

Today, multivitamins and minerals marketing campaigns claiming to improve your health and reduce your risk of chronic disease constantly bombarded us. Just look around your supermarket. Chances are, multivitamins and mineral supplements have their own section.

Early Spring gardening Print E-mail

You don’t need to wait for warm weather to start your vegetable garden. Several types of vegetables can be started as early as March.  Radishes, spinach, cabbage, broccoli, lettuce, onions and many more vegetables are all quite frost tolerant, and you can seed or transplant them in the garden from mid March to early April.


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