2019 Harvey County Farmer's Market
Tuesday Market Days begin 8/13/19!
Visit the official Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/Harvey-County-Farmers-Market-281604502045185/
Still interested in joining us this season? Bring in your vendor application, contract and membership fee to the Extension Office, or to the Market before the start time. See forms for information and details!
2019 Master Gardener Class
Interested in becoming a Harvey County Master Gardener? The 2019 class is accepting applications now through September 3, 2019.
See our brochure for more information on what it means to be a Master Gardener.
Print and return our application to join the class, or stop by our office for a copy.
Lawn and Garden
Your front door to the resources of Kansas State University is the Harvey County office of Kansas State Research and Extension.
Information on trees, turf, shrubs, insects, gardens, and other related topics are available through our office.
Services available are insect identification, plant identification, and soil tests with fertilizer recommendations.
For answers to questions about your lawn, garden or trees, call Scott Eckert at 316-284-6930 or contact him via email at email@example.com
Information on some of our most popular groups are the Master Gardeners Volunteer Program, Farmers Market, and the Harvey County Home and Garden Show. Click on the link below for more information.
The Harvey County Master Gardeners Giving Garden received the Search for Excellence Master Gardener Project Award!
Following are some of the comments from the judges:
--Wonderful project! Very impressive with its big impact and contribution to the local community. After 17 years of operation, it has proved very successful and a model program for other counties to follow. I would encourage you to share and work with other KSRE offices across the state on how to create similar programs in their counties.
--Several notable Giving Garden success include working with numerous groups and people of all ages to the benefits of a community garden. Many educational benefits including learning about gardening and providing food to needy residents. Very impressive on building your soil health and nutrients over the years.
Big Kudos to Harvey County and Giving Garden
--Great program to show how Extension works – educators working with community volunteers to solve problems and sharing research based information in the process.
--This project goes far beyond feeding the hungry. It stimulates learning and creativity, promotes health and wellness, and creates a sense of community and purpose. I like how it brings together people from different age groups and social economic backgrounds.
Keep it up!
--Outstanding project…would recommend publicizing the program even more…it’s a great initiative which deserves more media attention, and would be a great promotional vehicle for K-State Research and Extension.