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Welcome to the

Izard 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 Izard County Extension Office is at your service!

Arkansas Fair Judging School
Location UACCB, Batesville on July 6th!

Registration due by July 1st

Click here for Online Registration

Izard County Agriculture

North Arkansas Beef & Forage Conference

Rain Simulator Demonstration, Bull Selection, Nutritional Aspects of Producing Haylage, Do's and Don'ts of Making Haylage, and Demonstration on Harvesting, Bailing and Wrapping.

Video: Wrapping Bales

Demonstration of the Rain Simulator
Demonstration of the Rain Simulator
Demonstration of Bailing
Photo: Demonstration of the Rain Simulator   Photo: Demonstration of the Rain Simulator   Photo: Demonstration of Bailing 


Courthouse pavillion flower beds with red and white spring tulips

Izard County Master Gardener Program

Izard County Master Gardeners have approximately 18 active Master Gardeners who volunteer hours serving on sanctioned projects throughout the county. Some of these projects are the Izard County Courthouse, Horseshoe Bend Library, The Walking Trail in Melbourne, and The Senior Citizens' Center in Brockwell.  

Learn more about the Izard County Master Gardener Program and Upcoming Events.

 Photo: Izard County Master Gardener Sanctioned Project


Mediterranean Cooking Class

Izard County Extension Hosts Mediterranean Cooking School

The Mediterranean Diet is a lifestyle approach to healthy eating that includes a balanced variety of foods and daily exercise.  The diet is based on the foods and drinks traditionally consumed by people living in countries along the Mediterranean Sea.  The Mediterranean Diet includes an abundance of seasonally fresh fruits and vegetables, legumes, nuts, whole grains, fish and small amount of poultry and meats.  This class is a hands-on class and various dishes were prepared.


Photo: Participants whipping up some delicious recipes!


For information, contact Karla Dement at 870-368-4323 or

Learn more about the Izard County Family and Consumer Science Programs and Extension Homemakers Club Here!