Extension Educational Programs & Services
Clark County, Arkansas
The Cooperative Extension Service offers a host of educational programs and services.
If you do not see what you are looking for below, please contact our county Extension Office for assistance.
Row Crop Production
Clark County Row Crop Production Meeting
Photo: Clark County staff chair Amy Simpson discussing Row Crop updates with row crop
- Soil Testing
- Soil Test Counseling
- Hay/ Forage Testing
- Ration Development
- Manure analysis
- Plant Disease Diagnosis
- Plant Identification
- Sprayer Calibration
- Feed Analysis
Educational Programs Available:
- Beef and Forage
- Timber /Forestry
- Pasture Renovation
- Computer Ration Development
- Pesticide Applicator Training
- Fruit Production
- Garden Production
- Weed & Brush Control
- Pest Management
- Farmers' Market Training
- 300-Days of Grazing
- Organic Gardening
- Horticulture Pruning
- Using Technologies on the Farm
- Small Poultry Flock Management
- Others upon request
4-H Summer Day Camp - Food Preservation
The Clark County 4-H program, with JoAnn Vann, Cindy Ham and Amy Simpson offered a
workshop for area youth to learn about and participate in food preservation.
Photo: Local youth with the results of the canning project.
Anyone age 9-19 can join 4-H. So come join the fun. There are over 100 project areas
and we can find one just for you!
Come join the FUN! The faces of 4-H kids are as diverse as the activities in which
they take part. Some of the exciting programs members are experiencing firsthand include:
- Science and Technology
- Health, Food & Nutrition
- Community Service
- Livestock & Poultry
- Pet Care
- Home Environment
- Gardening & Horticulture
- Public Speaking
- Arts & Humanities
- Energy Management
Clark County 4-H is active and Strong!! Come see what we have for you.
Clark County Family & Consumer Sciences
Clark County EHC member Karen Kirkpatrick receives an award at AEHC state meeting.
Photo: Dr. Laura Hendrix, EHC Advisor, Karen Kirpatrick, and Dr. Rick Cartwright.
Planning, and monthly educational programs through the Extension Homemakers Clubs
provide additional program support.