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Welcome To The

Cleburne County, Arkansas
Cooperative Extension Service

We are part of the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service’s statewide network and the University of Arkansas System’s Division of Agriculture.  Our mission is to provide research-based information through non-formal education to help all Arkansans improve their economic well-being and the quality of their lives.  Whether it is agriculture,  4-H, health and living, or community development, the Cleburne County Extension Office is at your service!  

 Production Meeting

2017 the Year of Production Livestock Meetings

Cleburne County will be hosting a series of production meetings this year to help improve your cattle operation. In January we will be having our Private Pesticide Applicator Training. In February will be our "Ground Work" meeting, forage management. Followed by our March meeting on "Building for Success", facility designs, and then "Putting a Plan into Action", hands on demos in April. For more information on upcoming sessions please call the Extension Office.

 Photo: Livestock Production Meeting

 

County Agent presenting information on gardening

Cleburne County Lunch & Learn 

Cleburne County Extension Office is providing a session on "Spring into Gardening" on February 22. The cost is $5 with lunch being provided. Please call the Extension Office to register and for more information on upcoming sessions. 


 Photo: Attendees of Lunch & Learn Session hearing about vegetable gardening

 
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Best Care Training

Best Care meets the professional development needs of Arkansas' early childhood professionals by providing 10 hours of verified training hours through Traveling Arkansas Professional Pathways (TAPP). The Best Care training supports Arkansas' early childhood facilities in meeting the basic and intermediate levels of Better Beginnings. The course is developed and offered free of charge by the University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service, in partnership with the AR Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education. The next training will be in March. Please call the Cleburne County Extension Office to register. 

 

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Extension Get Fit

Extension Get Fit is a community-based strength training program targeted to adult Arkansans. Based on research, the program is designed to increase strength and improve balance and flexibility. The 12 week program cost is $12 and is starting January 31st at the Cleburne County Extension Office. For more information please call the Cleburne County Extension Office. 

 

Photo: Extension Get Fit Logo