Welcome To The
Clark County, Arkansas
Cooperative Extension Service
We are part of the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service’s statewide network and the University of Arkansas System’s Division of Agriculture. Our mission is to provide research-based information through non-formal education to help all Arkansans improve their economic well-being and the quality of their lives. Whether it is agriculture, 4-H, health and living, or community development, the Clark County Extension Office is at your service!
Clark County Agriculture
Row Crop Farmers and Floods
Clark County has had its share of flooding in recent days. Although other areas of the state have been hit much harder, all row crop farmers in South Arkansas have had to do some scrambling. Jerry Clemons works with the farmers in Clark County to learn more about dealing with these issues. He and the farmers in his county are thankful for warmer drier weather.
For more information contact Jerry Clemons, County Extension Agent - Staff Chair in Clark County.
Photo: flooded soybean field
Clark County Horticulture
South Arkansas sees a fair share of plant diseases, especially because of our high humidity. This year I expect we'll see even more given the amount of rain we've already received.
Maybe you have turf grass dying in spots or maybe even entire areas that are dead. Do you have spots or discoloration on your veggies or shrubs?
The Extension Service has a plant disease lab that we can send your samples to for
diagnosis and recommendations. It's free and and quick! We'll help you get your plants
healthy again. For more information on 4-H in Clark County contact Amy Simpson, County Extension Agent- 4H/Agri
Photo: Lawn disease prevalent during high humidity
Clark County Family & Consumer Sciences
The Clark County Extension Homemakers attended the AEHC State meeting. They had a wonderful time learning and growing together.
EHC in Clark County is a great opportunity for learning. All clubs are open to the public and anyone can join. For more information contact JoAnn Vann, CEA- Family & Consumer Sciences.
Photo: Clark County Wellness Ambassador teaching.
Clark County 4-H
Clark County 4-H is STEM day! They are learning to code computers, engineering marshmallow catapults, visiting the planetarium, and learning digital photography..
For more information about the value of 4-H in the life of a youth and in the community,
contact Amy Simpson, CEA-Agri/4H at the Clark County Office.
Photo: 4-H members working at computers