Nebraska Extension in York County

Upcoming Events

All Pesticide Training dates
All Chemigation Training Dates
All 2017 Winter Ag Program Flier
Master Gardener Training

Feb. 27:  Nebraska On-Farm Research Update, Hall Co. Extension Office, Grand Island, 
Feb. 27:  Farmers/Ranchers College:  Tips and Tricks for Women in Ag, Lazy Horse Winery in Ohiowa, RSVP  (402) 759-3712
Feb. 28:  LBNRD Nitrogen Training, 9am, Shickley Community Center 402-364-2145
Feb. 28:  Beef Profitability Meeting, 10am, Fairgrounds, Osceola

Enroll in 4H

   Use this link to enroll in 4-H.   Enrollment fee is $5, and can be paid online or brought into our office.  You don't need to fill in the Health Information, unless your child is planning on going to a Regional or State 4-H Camp.  Please call the office if you have any questions. 402-362-5508.

4-H - Fashion -  Fun!

   For information from Megan Burda click the link above.  Articles and any program information that she has will be found there.

Jenny's REESources

   For Information from Jenny Rees click the link above.  Articles and any program information that she has will be found there.

Master Gardener Training     Tuesday evenings 6-9 p.m. from February 7-March 21 at York and Clay County Extension Offices.  Please RSVP to or 402-362-5508 for attending in York or Deanna Peshek at 402-762-3644 to attend in Clay.

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4-H Clover Chase scavenger hunt begins March 1
Feb 2 – Nebraska 4-H youth and volunteers in all 93 counties will have the opportunity to join the Nebraska 150 Celebration by participating in the 4-H Clover Chase developed by Nebraska Extension 4-H Youth Development, in partnership with the Nebraska 4-H Foundation. Read more
Precision ag makes farming more sustainable, profitable
Feb 2 – Farmers have numerous sources of technology and data available to use in their operations, but many producers struggle with what kind and how much technology they need. Read more