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Cooperative Extension News & Publications
Crittenden County, Arkansas

Welcome to our News and Publications page!  Below you will find local newsletters, news stories, and/or links to other relevant publications.  Please contact our county Extension office for additional information.

Corn planting at Neuhardt

Crittenden County Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) Newsletters

The Crittenden County ANR newsletters cover row crops and horticulture advice such as rice, soybeans, cotton, corn, grain sorghum, wheat, lawns and trees. Producers and county clientele receive the latest research based information from the Cooperative Extension service on issues related to agriculture and horticulture in Arkansas. This is a free publication available to all Crittenden county residents. For more information, please contact Russ Parker, CEA - Staff Chair or 870-739-3239.


2015 October Newsletter

Arkansas Wheat Newsletter

Arkansas Wheat Budget




Photo: Corn planting at Neuhardt in Crittenden County

I Am Arkansas 4-H

Statewide Camps

Registration for the following camps is via

State Camps

Horse Packing Camp


National Shooting Sports Scholarship

Robotics Events

3rd Annual Arkansas STEM Festival

Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub

Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit

STEM Leadership Conference for High School Girls

Crittenden County 4-H Newsletters

The Crittenden County 4-H Newsletters cover County, District, State, and National activities and events.  4-H clientele receive the latest information on 4-H via newsletters and/or e-newsletters.  If you would like to sign up to receive 4-H newsletters contact Cynthia Rorie, CEA- 4-H or 870-739-3239

2016 September-October Newsletter

2016 November Newsletter

Backyard Poultry Newsletters

Avian Advice Newsletters are created for backyard flock owners by poultry specialist Dr. Clark

Avian Advice Summer 2015 Newsletter 

Avian Advice Fall 2015 Newsletter

Avian Advice- Avian Influenza

Miscellaneous Newsletters

 Arkansas Wildfires

Groundhog Day