University of Missouri Extension

Latest stories

6d
Lee's Summit Journal
Gardens, trails among suggestions for Bailey Parkparks employees and representatives from the Missouri Department of Conservatio
Gardens, trails among suggestions for Bailey Park
Lee's Summit Journal / Posted 6 days ago
parks employees and representatives from the Missouri Department of Conservation, the Lee’s Summit School District and the University of Missouri Extension. “I remember going to my grandpa’s farm and playing in the barn. Everything there became a... Read more
8d
The Cass County Democrat Missourian
Calendar: free health screening offered in Harrisonville11 a.m.: weekly storytimes • Fridays at 11 a.m.: Fun with food and fitness. W
Calendar: free health screening offered in Harrisonville
The Cass County Democrat Missourian / Posted 8 days ago
11 a.m.: weekly storytimes • Fridays at 11 a.m.: Fun with food and fitness. Weekly storytimes with Rhonda Kasper from the University of Missouri Extension Office. • Aug. 1: Summer reading program participants who reach their goals will receive a... Read more
13d
Jefferson City News Tribune
Fruit trees for adoptionThey can choose to maintain a tree and harvest the fruit, or find locations to
Fruit trees for adoption
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
They can choose to maintain a tree and harvest the fruit, or find locations to plant fruit trees for future harvest. The University of Missouri Extension has offered to train volunteers. Beetem has already recruited her neighbors, who own two... Read more
19d
Jefferson City News Tribune
Recent rains create potential for lawn problemswhen it's extremely wet. Those are two rules of thumb of lawn care during year
Recent rains create potential for lawn problems
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
when it's extremely wet. Those are two rules of thumb of lawn care during years of feast-or-famine rainfall, according to University of Missouri Extension turf specialist Brad Fresenburg. Well-maintained lawns recover quickly when rain renews... Read more
21d
The Cass County Democrat Missourian
Calendar: Harrisonville’s “Junk in the Trunk” set for Saturday11 a.m.: weekly storytimes • Fridays at 11 a.m.: Fun with food and fitness. W
Calendar: Harrisonville’s “Junk in the Trunk” set for Saturday
The Cass County Democrat Missourian / Posted 21 days ago
11 a.m.: weekly storytimes • Fridays at 11 a.m.: Fun with food and fitness. Weekly storytimes with Rhonda Kasper from the University of Missouri Extension Office. • Aug. 1: Summer reading program participants who reach their goals will receive a... Read more
21d
The Cass County Democrat Missourian
Peppers: a healthy, tasty food choice for this summerThe following is a courtesy of the University of Missouri Extension Center. Pe
Peppers: a healthy, tasty food choice for this summer
The Cass County Democrat Missourian / Posted 21 days ago
The following is a courtesy of the University of Missouri Extension Center. Peppers are a colorful addition to a variety of meals from the main dish to side dishes or as a snack on their own. Peppers are a great source of carotenoids. These... Read more
25d
Nodaway News Leader
4-H members exhibit variety of projects during fairpm, Saturday July 16. In addition to 4-H youth exhibits, exhibits judged during
4-H members exhibit variety of projects during fair
Nodaway News Leader / Posted 25 days ago
pm, Saturday July 16. In addition to 4-H youth exhibits, exhibits judged during the open division will also be on display. University of Missouri Extension 4-H Youth Development Specialist Annette Deering is coordinator for the 4-H division. 4-H... Read more
26d
Jefferson City News Tribune
June recorded in top 10 hottest on recordaverage temperatures will be the eighth- or ninth-hottest on record since 1895,
June recorded in top 10 hottest on record
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
average temperatures will be the eighth- or ninth-hottest on record since 1895, said state climatologist Pat Guinan in a University of Missouri Extension news release. Temperature will average slightly above 77 degrees, about 4 degrees above... Read more
29d
KOMU Columbia
Expert encourages people to test well water during droughtCOLUMBIA – During drought situations, private ground water wells should be test
Expert encourages people to test well water during drought
KOMU Columbia / Posted 29 days ago
COLUMBIA – During drought situations, private ground water wells should be tested, said Bob Broz, University of Missouri Extension water quality specialist. He said, when there isn’t enough water on the soil, there’s not enough water in ground... Read more
29d
The Cass County Democrat Missourian
Calendar: Activities set for hometown celebration at Harrisonville’s City Park11 a.m.: weekly storytimes • Fridays at 11 a.m.: Fun with food and fitness. W
Calendar: Activities set for hometown celebration at Harrisonville’s City Park
The Cass County Democrat Missourian / Posted 29 days ago
11 a.m.: weekly storytimes • Fridays at 11 a.m.: Fun with food and fitness. Weekly storytimes with Rhonda Kasper from the University of Missouri Extension Office. • Aug. 1: Summer reading program participants who reach their goals will receive a... Read more
29d
The Neosho Daily News
Arms, archery education, safety stressed with $9,900 NRA Foundation grant to Newton County 4-Hnext week at the Newton County Fair providing information to students and paren
Arms, archery education, safety stressed with $9,900 NRA Foundation grant to Newton County 4-H
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
next week at the Newton County Fair providing information to students and parents interested. People may also contact the University of Missouri Extension Office in Neosho for more information, he said. The NRA Foundation provides financial... Read more
m
Jefferson City News Tribune
Homeowners encouraged to water lawns more in heatabout watering the lawn to the whims of the weather might be having second thou
Homeowners encouraged to water lawns more in heat
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
about watering the lawn to the whims of the weather might be having second thoughts as summer gets off to a dry start, a University of Missouri Extension news release states. Lawns in Missouri may need 1 to 1 inches of water a week from either... Read more
m
The Cass County Democrat Missourian
Too much heat, too little rain can change crop outlook quicklyThe following is courtesy of the University of Missouri Extension Center Crops
Too much heat, too little rain can change crop outlook quickly
The Cass County Democrat Missourian / Posted 1 months ago
The following is courtesy of the University of Missouri Extension Center Crops need rain and lower temperatures soon for relief. Most crops are “just a few days away from difficult times,” says University of Missouri Extension agronomy specialist... Read more
m
Standard Democrat
Financial farming issues to be discussed by area farmersmeet from 9 a.m. to noon July 12 at the Miner Convention Center. David Reinbot
Financial farming issues to be discussed by area farmers
Standard Democrat / Posted 1 months ago
meet from 9 a.m. to noon July 12 at the Miner Convention Center. David Reinbott, agriculture business official for the University of Missouri Extension's Southeast region and Scott County program director, said the meetings will be used as a... Read more

People in this news