4-H is a non-formal educational, youth development program offered to individuals age 5 to age 19. Ohio 4-H youth development reaches more than 240,000 youth each year – helping kids “learn by doing” through hands-on activities.
Union County is blessed with some 990 farmers and about 241,000 acres of productive crop land. About 75% of Union County is crop and pasture land according to Ohio Department of Development. The average size farm is about 243 acres, and Union County Farmers generate an estimated $87,511,000 in cash receipts.
OSU Extension is a leader in community development education and an unbiased partner as strategies are implemented to achieve community and organizational goals.
Our community development professionals enhance the well-being of communities and neighborhoods via interactive and collaborative partnerships with local businesses and organizations, community leaders and local officials.
OSU Extension family and consumer sciences (FCS) gives people the knowledge, skills and tools needed to make healthy, informed choices. We teach and promote safe food practices, better nutrition, better finances and better relationships – helping people acquire the knowledge and skills to make smart decisions in these areas.
The Ohio State University Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Program provides intensive training in horticulture to interested Ohio residents, who then volunteer their time assisting with educational programs and activities for Ohio residents through their local OSU Extension county office. Volunteers are not required to have gardening skills or knowledge; but a passion for learning about gardening and sharing this knowledge with others is a must!
Do you have a gardening question, plant problem, or just need something identified? A Master Gardener Helpline is available to answer your questions! Send an email with your question to email@example.com be sure to include pictures of the plant/insect that you want identified or have a question about. A Master Gardener Volunteer will respond.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Education Program (SNAP-Ed) is a free nutrition education and obesity prevention program serving low-income adults and youth. It is funded by the Food Nutrition Service (FNS) branch of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). SNAP-Ed operates in 52 states and territories, and its focus audience is individuals and families eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as food stamps).