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Grow more in less space with vertical gardening
STILLWATER, Okla. (June 20, 2018) – A lush landscape full of colorful flowers and tasty fruits and vegetables is every gardener’s dream. A vast space covering the landscape is what many people may envision.
Located in Division News / Premier News
Growing hope
STILLWATER, Okla. – For years, Ian Thompson and his wife, Amy, have raised a garden featuring Choctaw heirloom or heritage seeds – seeds of older varieties of crops that are no longer cultivated on a wide scale.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Hughes County 4-H’ers making a difference in Africa
CALVIN, Okla. – For many Oklahoma youth, Kenya is simply a spot on a map in Africa they may have learned about in geography class. But for 4-H Club members in Calvin, Oklahoma, it’s a place nearly 9,000 miles away from their small community in Hughes County in which they know their efforts are making a difference.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Interactive display helps youth learn about origin of their food
STILLWATER, Okla. – When Ripley Elementary School second grader Raelin Burrell went to school recently, she was sure she’d be learning about math, science and reading – you know, the usual stuff. Little did she know she was going to get to milk a cow.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Life lessons in the woods
STILLWATER, Okla. – He plays soccer, basketball and baseball. He’s not a bad golfer and takes pride in being tough to tackle on the football field.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2016
Lincoln County Extension helps Iowa Tribe youth learn how cool pumpkins (and the kids themselves) really are
TRYON, Oklahoma – Kitchen safety, good nutrition, gardening for food and Native American history were all on the menu Nov. 14 as Iowa Tribe youth working with the Lincoln County Extension Office used the making of pumpkin bread to develop lifelong skills while learning more about themselves and America’s native tribes in the process.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Lincoln County’s Robinson family shows alpacas may offer Oklahoma ranchers new opportunities
CHANDLER, Oklahoma – Business is literally humming at Land-Run Alpacas near Agra, Oklahoma, for that is the sound Sheila and John Robinson’s emotive herd of huacayas make, be they curious, content, worried, cautious or just plain bored.
Located in Division News / Premier News
Low-impact tai chi bringing high-impact results
Birdie D. Ford might be 89, but she still likes to keep it moving. Participating in tai chi classes offered by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service near her home in Oklahoma City is one way she does just that.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
March 7 wildfires left indelible mark, and yet no mark at all
BUFFALO, Okla. – “And this too shall pass away” is an old adage about the human condition, and one that sums up so much about the March 7 wildfires that devastated numerous lives and more than 330,000 acres in Beaver, Harper and Woodward counties.
Located in Division News / Premier News / 2017
Mary Sue Sanders has big impact on 4-H youth
STILLWATER, Okla. (Feb. 16, 2018) – She was a self-proclaimed shy country girl when she joined the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development Program in Washita County at just 8 years old. Little did she know then that 70 years later, she’d still have strong ties to the largest youth organization in the world, and her influence would affect hundreds of club members along the way.
Located in Division News / Premier News

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