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Harvey County

Making a difference in your life

Welcome to Harvey County. Your local K-State Research and Extension office is a tremendous resource for finding the information that you need. Love gardening? Check out our Lawn and Garden page. If you are interested in being a part of 4-H or being a volunteer, our 4-H Youth Development page has all of the information you need to get started. Visit Farm Management, crops and livestock if you need information about... you guessed it, crops and livestock! Family and Consumer Science topics include Foods and Nutrition, Healthy Lifestyles, Home budgeting, and much more.

Cow-Calf School

February 9th, Harvey and McPherson Counties will present our annual Cow-Calf School.  See the Ag page for details to register.

Fermentation Workshop!

Learn the history and science behind fermentation while you make your own batch of kimchi! See details on the Health & Nutrition tab!

Living Well Wednesday

Living Well Wednesday, is a virtual learning series hosted by K-State Research and Extension. Check out the series of online webinars - as they are scheduled - on the Health & Nutrition tab.

Attention all meat, poultry and egg producers! 

Capitalize on the growing demand for local food. Attend a workshop to learn key marketing strategies and best practices from the experts, including fellow producers.

Register Register at tinyurl.com/LocalMeatKSU.

Dates are February 3, 2023 - Wichita

Feb. 24 -Olathe

March 3 -Parsons  

Home & Garden Show Coming March 25 &26

SNAP-ED provides free virtual nutrition and physical activity education for youth, adults, families and seniors

SNAP-ED can help you with recipes, exercise and tips to save money at the grocery store.

See the Health and Nutrition tab for the virtual class schedule or pick up a brochure at the K-State Research and Extension office. 

January is Kansas Radon Action Month

Join us for "Radon in the Home" at the Newton Public Library on Feb. 9th from 12-12:45 p.m. For those who register, a light lunch will be provided. Register by calling the extension office at 316-284-6930 by noon on Feb. 7th.
See the Health & Nutrition tab for more information on exposure and testing!