1. Newest Community Development Fact Sheets published on Ohioline

    Jan. 13, 2020

    Recently, two Ohio State University Extension community development fact sheets were published on Ohioline.

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  2. Dec. 2019 News from Noble County Community Development

    Dec. 11, 2019

    News updates from Community Development Are Now Available

  3. OSU Extension to Host Social Media Lunch & Learn Nov. 19

    Oct. 24, 2019

    The Ohio State University Extension - Noble County Community Development program will host a Nov. 19 lunch and learn session: How to Start Small & Grow Big on Social Media!

    Kristin Meeks of WV Social Media Consultants will answer your questions such as are you on the right platform for your organization? Are you using the right apps? You will learn tips on working smarter, not harder on making your social media work for you!

  4. Rural Transportation Programs and Their Benefits Fact Sheet Now Available

    Oct. 24, 2019

    Rural Transportation Programs and Their Benefits Fact Sheet Now Available

  5. Rural Neighbors – Living and Working Together Fact Sheet Published

    Oct. 08, 2019

    As Ohio's population grows, farm and nonfarm families are increasingly living and sometimes working alongside each other. Farmers who are near the metropolitan areas have been familiar with this trend, while those in more rural areas are seeing pockets of new development around them. There are many benefits for the farmer, nonfarmer, and also the community to living and working together. These include increased awareness and appreciation of interests and increased trust and confidence of farmers and nonfarmers, and a shared sense of community.

  6. Ohio State University Extension Announces Snook Promotion

    Sep. 25, 2019

    The Ohio State University Extension recently announced the promotion of Noble County 4-H Educator Nancy Snook to Educator IV. Snook, along with 36 other Extension educators earned a promotion in rank during 2019. Each of these individuals either met or exceeded the criteria for promotion to their new rank. 

  7. 2020 Census Noble County Complete Count Committee Formed

    Sep. 25, 2019

    Did you know that Census data are used as the basis for distributing more than $675 billion in federal funds annually to states, counties, and communities to support resources such as schools, hospitals, and fire departments?

    EVERYONE in Noble County Counts!

  8. Newest scenic byway revealed in Appalachian Ohio

    Sep. 19, 2019

    COLUMBUS (September 19, 2019)Ohio’s newest Scenic Byway, The Appalachian Byway of Ohio was approved this week by The Ohio Department of Transportation’s Scenic Byways Advisory Committee.

    The Appalachian Byway’s routes are State Route 78 from Clarington (in Monroe County) through Noble, Morgan and Athens Counties ending in Nelsonville; there is also a short portion north on SR 284 to The Wilds in Muskingum County. Visit the byway online.

  9. Sept. 2019 Community Development Newsletter Now Available

    Aug. 30, 2019

    The September Ohio State University Extension - Noble County Community Development e-newsletter is available.

  10. Pasture Reseeding Charts Available

    Aug. 13, 2019

    Need help deciding on what forages you can or should reseed this fall? Consult these resources or contact Christine Gelley at 740-732-5681 or

    Click Here: Forage Planting Charts