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Extension Educational Programs & Services
Crawford 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.

 

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Crawford County Family & Consumer Sciences

The mission of the Family and Consumer Sciences program in Crawford County is to provide research-based information through non-formal education to help residents improve economic well-being and quality of life. 

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Crawford County Agriculture & Natural Resources

The Crawford County Extension Office offers a variety of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Horticulture services.  The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service strives to provide research-based information on these topics as well as many others.  Information and programs are available on agriculture topics such as beef and forage, crop production, and water quality. horticulture information and programs include gardening basics, pest identification, soils analysis, and lawn care.  For more information on Agriculture, Natural Resources or soil sampling information, contact the Crawford County office at 479-474-5286 or crawford@uaex.edu

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Horticulture

The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service provides a broad range of information for homeowners, home gardeners, and Master Gardeners. The Crawford County Extension Office has loads of horticulture information, can answer questions, and help solve home & garden problems. Some of the FREE services that we provide in the area of horticulture include soil testing, insect and pest identification, plant and weed identification, and research-based horticulture advice.  Additionally, the River Valley Master Gardener program is designed to increase the availability of horticultural information and improve quality of life with horticultural projects.   Trained volunteers, know as Master Gardeners, accomplish these educational goals. Program participants receive 40 hours of intensive horticultural training and are expected to give back 40 hours of community service within a year after finishing the training.  If you are interested in becoming a River  Valley Master Gardener, contact the Crawford or Sebastian County Extension Office.

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