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Extension Educational Programs & Services
Monroe 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.


Raffle details for imploding the White River Bridge.

Want to implode the White River Bridge?

Monroe County 4-H is holding a raffle to determine the person to push the button to implode the White River Bridge!

The winner will push the button, igniting the dynamite, imploding the bridge.  The drawing will be held the first week in November.  Implosion date is estimated to be in the second week of November.  Raffle ticket prices:  1 chance for $1, 6 chances for $5, 12 chances for $10, and 25 chances for $20.  Winner does not need to be present to win.  Must be 18 or older to purchase a ticket and to win.  All proceeds go to the Monroe County 4-H Program.  

Tickets can be purchased at the Monroe County Extension Office, 609 Madison Street in Clarendon, or from Monroe County 4-H Members.   For more information, contact Valerie Turner or call 870-747-3397.  We thank you for your support!!

Photo: Raffle details on flyer.


Picture of an agent in a corn field with producers.

Monroe County, Arkansas Agriculture Programs

In Monroe County, agriculture isn't just a way to make a living, it's a way of life.  The Monroe County Cooperative Extension Service helps preserve that way of life with research based information for crop producers.  By providing information to producers in a timely manner has helped increase crop yields, reduce misapplications of pesticides, and increased profitability for growers.  For more information on our services contact the Monroe County Cooperative Extension Service.

PhotoSpecialist in Monroe county corn field. 



Preschool Kids finds out where milk comes from

Monroe County, Arkansas Family and Consumer Sciences

The Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) program in Monroe County is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of all its diverse populations.  Offering instruction in healthy living practice, financial management, family relationships, child care, and community involvement.  County Extension Agent Valerie Turner is devoted to helping the citizens of Monroe County become healthier, happier individuals who are active in their communities. Contact Valerie Turner, FCS Agent at the Monroe County Extension Office.

Photo: Preschool kids learn where milk comes from


Monroe County, Arkansas 4-H BB team

Monroe County, Arkansas 4-H

The Monroe County 4-H youth development program targets youth ages 5-19. 4-H members gain knowledge and experience in projects related to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), citizenship, leadership and healthy lifestyles as well as a variety of other educational programs and activities. Members of the Monroe County 4-H Shooting Sports Program have honed their shooting skills and excelled in competitions.  The first year BB team took 14th out of 19 teams at state and individual team members continued their winning at County and District O'Rama. To learn more about becoming a 4-H leader or a volunteer, or 4-H programming, contact Valerie Turner at the Monroe County Extension Office for further information.

Photo:  Monroe County Judge signs 4-H Proclamation 


Picture of purple flowers.

Monroe County, Arkansas Master Gardeners

The Monroe County Master Gardeners is a volunteer organization dedicated to increase the availability of horticultural information and improve quality of life through horticultural projects.  Goals are implemented through the training of local volunteers.  These volunteers, known as Master Gardeners, provide advice and education to its members and the public on various topics in gardening and horticulture.  Projects can include conducting plant clinics, answering phone requests for horticultural information, establishing and maintaining demonstration gardens, working with the handicapped, the elderly, and other special groups in the community; design and implement community improvement projects, as well as coordinate Master Gardener programs.

Photo: Blooming Flowers