Apr. 02, 2019
Representatives from Noble County met with officials from the Ohio Department of Agriculture who visited Washington County in April to hear concerns and issues facing farmers and residents.
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Mar. 29, 2019
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Mar. 19, 2019
Noble County Community Development Strategic Planning Session Offered
The Ohio State University Extension Noble County is hosting a community development input session April 4, 2019, at the conference room in the multi-county agency building in Caldwell (46049 Marietta Rd.) from 5-6:30 p.m. The session will be led by Gwynn Stewart, M.S., Community Development Educator with OSU Extension Noble County and Marty Hohenberger, Economic Development project manager with the Strategic Planning team from Ohio University Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs.
Mar. 06, 2019
Thanks to the Noble County Commissioners for declaring March 3-9 as Noble County 4-H Week.
Standing from left:Lori Vannoy Martin and Sami Schott; Seated from left: Commissioner Gary Rossiter; Brad Peoples and Ty Moore.
Feb. 06, 2019
The Noble County OSU Extension Educator for Agriculture and Natural Resources- Christine Gelley, gave a 10 minute presentation at the State of the County Address on February 6, 2019 at the Community Center in Caldwell. Her presentation can be viewed here. Questions and comments can be sent to Christine at email@example.com or by calling 740-732-5681.
Feb. 01, 2019
Check out the 2018 Highlights Video
Download the 2018 Noble County OSU Extension Highlights Report
The Ohio State University Extension Noble County Office is pleased to provide the 2018 annual update.
This is an overview of program updates from:
Jan. 29, 2019
Feb. 6, 2019
Have lunch with the Noble County Chamber of Commerce!
Nov. 30, 2018
The Ohio State University Extension Noble County Office provided members of the OSU Extension Advisory Council a semi-annual update Nov. 13. Program updates included reports from the Agriculture & Natural Resources Educator, Christine Gelley, M.S.; Community Development Educator, Gwynn Stewart, M.S.; 4-H Educators Nancy Snook and Samantha Schott; Family and Consumer Sciences Educator Samantha Schott and SNAP Ed Program Assistant, Lori Harris.
Oct. 22, 2018
Oct. 04, 2018
For 2019, the OSBA will selectively sponsor five 4-H members across Ohio by providing the basic woodenware and toolkits to establish 2 complete hives. By partnering OSBA, Extension 4-H staff, and local beekeeping organizations with the 4-H members undertaking the beekeeping project, the program will support and encourage young beekeepers by providing experienced practical support and reducing the expenses required to get started in beekeeping.