Extension Educational Programs & Services
Cleburne 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.
Clean and Green
Conventional home cleaners can be harmful to our health and the environment. Of chemicals
found in homes, 150 are linked to birth defects, allergies, cancer and psychological
abnormalities. Educational presentations, newsletters and fact sheets have been presented
to Cleburne County residences on the topic of alternative, homemade cleaners.
The mission of this organization shall be to empower individuals and families to improve
their quality of living through continuing education, leadership development, and
The Master Gardener Program provides training for participants to increase their knowledge
on a wide variety of horticultural subjects. In turn, participants volunteer and help
others grow by sharing knowledge while providing leadership and service in educational
gardening activities with the community.
Cleburne County 4-H
Cleburne County has over 300 youth enrolled in 4-H. Cleburne County has various 4-H
clubs throughout the county. For more information on Cleburne County 4-H clubs please
call our county office.
Agriculture is important to Cleburne County.
Extension provides various programs and services.
- Soil & Hay Testing
- Plant Disease Diagnosis
- Plant Identification
- Educational Programs available:
- Vegetable & Fruit Production
- Forage & Livestock Production
- Weed & Brush Control
- Lawn Maintenance
- 300 Days Grazing
Community & Economic Development
Cleburne County Extension personnel work with business and community leaders along
with local government officials to advance the growth of Cleburne County, residents
and economy. The Extension service is available to educate on policy development and
ballot issues. Extensions Arkansas Procurement Center helps local business bid on
and receive government contracts.