Program Areas

  1. 4-H Youth

    **Club members can mail 4-H Enrollments in directly to the Extension Office   Also club advisors – if you need enrollments or items mailed to 4-H families please email Sami or Nancy and we will send them out for you. Virtual meetings could be held via Facebook Live, Zoom, Skype if your families have that capability. New Enrollment date is May 1.

  2. ANR:All prescheduled ANR programming in Noble County between now and April 20th has been canceled or will be postponed after local concerns about illnesses have passed. Please continue to reach out for assistance in the fields of agriculture and natural resources by contacting Christine Gelley directly by phone at 740-305-3173 or gelley.2@osu.edu for email.

  3. OSU Extension is a leader in community development education and an unbiased partner as strategies are implemented to achieve community and organizational goals. OSU community development professionals enhance the well-being of communities and neighborhoods via interactive and collaborative partnerships with local businesses and organizations, community leaders and local officials.

  4. Shoppers at a local farmers market.

    Better Lives, Stronger Communities

    OSU Extension family and consumer sciences (FCS) gives people the knowledge, skills and tools needed to make healthy, informed choices. We teach and promote safe food practices, better nutrition, better finances and better relationships – helping people acquire the knowledge and skills to make smart decisions in these areas.

  5. 4-H CARTEENS is a traffic safety program conducted by 4-H teen leaders and their program partners for juvenile traffic offenders. 4-H CARTEENS goals include:

  6. food lesson

    EFNEP (Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program) is a free nutrition education program offered in several counties in Ohio for low-income adults with children and youth. Program assistants use interactive discussions and hands-on activities to guide participants through a series of meetings aimed at improving the total family diet and nutritional well-being.

  7. The Ohio State University Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Program provides intensive training in horticulture to interested Ohio residents, who then volunteer their time assisting with educational programs and activities for Ohio residents through their local OSU Extension county office. Volunteers are not required to have gardening skills or knowledge; but a passion for learning about gardening and sharing this knowledge with others is a must!

  8. The mission of the Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist (OCVN) program is to promote awareness and citizen stewardship of Ohio's natural resources through science-based education and community service.

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