Cooperative Extension News & Publications
Miller 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. For accessible versions of PDF files, please contact Carla Hadley, Miller county Staff Chair.
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Matter of Health Newsletter
These newsletters focus on keeping our bodies and budgets healthy. They covers issues ranging from successfully using coupons, lowering utility costs, creating living wills, eating healthier on less money, and a myriad of other topics. To get on our mailing list to receive this newsletter, visit
Carla Hadley, Miller County Staff Chair, teaches Yoga for Kids.
Dollar Stretcher Newsletter
The Dollar Stretcher Newsletter gives practical USDA research-based information featuring ways to stretch your food dollars. Topics include utilizing coupons, learning about unit pricing, pressure cooking, slow cooking, freezer cooking, utilizing fresh fruits and vegetables, and a variety of other topics.
Carla Hadley, Miller County, Arkansas Staff Chair teaches client reading food labels to make healthier, more cost effective choices at the grocery store.
Miller County Red Dirt Master Gardener Newsletter
The Red Dirt Master Memos Newsletter is a monthly publication highlighting upcoming Master Gardener events throughout the state as well as updates on previous month's projects. Helpful timely tips are also included.
Beef and Forages Newsletter
Steer and heifer grazing on Brassica
Row Crop Newsletter
Livestock and Grain Market News
For information on the latest Livestock and Grain Market News, click here.
4-H Happenings Newsletters
Extension Homemaker Clubs
Extension Homemakers in Miller County have made it their mission to empower individuals and families in their communities through continuing education, leadership development, and community service.
Miller County Extension Homemaker Club members leaving for State Meeting in Hot Springs.