Nebraska Extension in Harlan County

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Harlan County Cattlemen's Association (Seniors & College Freshman)
Harlan County Homemaker's (Senior's)
2016 Pioneer Farm Award Application


Harlan County Pesticide and Chemigation Training Schedule

Trainings will take place in the Harlan County Courthouse Meeting room located in Alma, NE.  Questions?? Please contact Harlan County Extension 308-928-2119 or harlan-county@unl.edu

Commercial/Noncommercial Pesticide Training

A list of all 2016 classes and locations will be available soon. 

Harlan County sessions are listed below:
Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) will offer walk-in testing dates at several locations.  See the NDA's webpage for a full listing of the sites.
Go to the UNL Pesticide Education website for more information, to register, and to order study materials.

Private Pesticide Training

February 11, 2016 from 9:30am- Noon - Harlan County Courthouse meeting room - Alma (308-928-2119)
February 11, 2016 from 1:30pm- 3:00pm - Harlan County Courthouse meeting room - Alma (308-928-2119)
Self study booklets are still available at your local extension office.
Contact the Harlan County Extension office 308-928-2119 to pre-register.
For more information about the Private Pesticide license.

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