Local Interest

Enroll in Pierce County 4-H at https://www.4honline.com/ by April 15th!

The 4-H Council voted to have 4-Hers and Clover Kids/Clover Buds pay dues on 4-H Online. Dues will be $5 per 4-H'er/Clover Bud. Please see the linked instructions for details.

Enrollment Instructions can be found at the following.

New Member Instructions

Returning Member Instructions

Looking for a 4-H Club to join? Click here to see all of the Pierce County Clubs!

Congratulations to all of the 2019 award winners!

2019 Achievement Day Program

Martha and Don Romeo Scholarship-Fillable pdf The Nebraska Association of Fair Managers will award a $500 scholarship to one qualifying 4-H male and a $500 scholarship to one qualifying 4-H female who are graduating seniors in the State of Nebraska and who plan to continue with post high school education. The scholarship will be awarded at the annual NAFM convention in January. Due to the Extension Office November 30th, 2020

2020 Step by Step Instructions for Nominating State Fair Livestock

Premises ID Information

Contact Ross Baker at the Nebraska Department of Agriculture Phone: 402.471.2351 Email: ross.baker@nebraska.gov

Veterinary Feed Directive 2 pages

Are you interested in becoming a Master Gardner?  Information on classes and training are available in this brochure.  Please contact the Madison County Extension office or the Pierce County Extension office for questions.

Pages



Nebraska Extension in Pierce County

Local Events

Search Local & National Extension Resources

I-29 Moo University podcast delivers timely, relevant topics

October 20, 2020
Dairy specialists from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and the Dakotas have developed a new, twice-monthly podcast for dairy producers. The podcast is focused on issues of interest to dairy producers, including economics, animal heath, forage, labor, farm programs and more.

Read more

Nebraska native, alum marks 30 years of horticulture, outreach

October 20, 2020
Mary Jane Frogge may not have pictured herself as a future University of Nebraska–Lincoln employee, but she began as the picture of a future Husker student.

Read more