NEWS

  1. New Resources: Grocery Ordering Online Guide and Video

    Apr. 13, 2020

    In order to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are grocery shopping online for the first time. If you have never shopped for groceries online before, we have a few new resources for you, created by OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Educators. The first resource is a video, Grocery Ordering Online and the second resource is a printed guide, Grocery Ordering Online [PDF].

  2. Update: The CDC Recommends Wearing Cloth Face Masks In Public

    Apr. 06, 2020

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that Americans wear cloth face coverings (masks) in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19. This recommendation is being made based on studies that show a significant proportion of people with COVID-19 lack symptoms and can transmit the virus to others in close proximity, through speaking, coughing, sneezing or other means.

    Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, M.D., MPH, strongly recommends that Ohioans take the following actions:

  3. Sheep & Goat Tag In Canceled

    Apr. 03, 2020

    Tagging of market lambs and market goats on May 9th is canceled. Consult the information at go.osu.edu/sheep2020 or go.osu.edu/goat2020 for how to register your animals online. County-born papers are not required because the online registration system allows you to indicate they are county bred.The process used for swine description forms and horse description forms will change from paper forms to using 4-H online to register your animals. Consult go.osu.edu/horse2020 and go.osu.edu/hog2020 on how to register your animals. 

  4. Is Take Out Safe Amid COVID-19 Concerns?

    Apr. 03, 2020

    If you are thinking about supporting local businesses and picking up a meal, we have important information to keep you safe. The CDC, FDA and USDA are not aware of any reports at this time that suggest COVID-19 can be transmitted by food or food packaging. To read more, go to our NEW COVID-19 Resources and Updates page to find reliable, research-based information from The Ohio State University.

  5. “It’s All About Time” Email Wellness Challenge

    Mar. 27, 2020

    Do you feel like you don’t have time to spend doing the things that are important to you? Or you just can’t get enough rest or the physical activity that you should? To work on these and other time-related skills, consider joining Ohio State University Extension for their “It’s All About Time” Spring 2020 Email Wellness six-week challenge.

  6. Lamb Lottery

    Mar. 23, 2020

    The lamb lottery scheduled for April 4th will be postponed until April 25th at 10:00 a.m. in Building E at the fairgrounds. Families that have signed up for this project will receive an email from Greg Meyer later this week. Payments to participate are still due March 23rd to the Senior Fair office! This deadline will not be extended. The Market Lamb Clinic scheduled for April 4th has been canceled. It will not be rescheduled.

  7. OSU Extension Implements Teleworking Options for Staff Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

    Mar. 17, 2020

    Columbus, OHIO – Governor DeWine recently issued a state of emergency for the state of Ohio, and along with the Ohio Department of Health, has implemented a variety of strategies to reduce the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). To do our part in reducing risk to Ohio State University Extension employees or clientele, we have implemented a teleworking plan effective immediately, and all OSU Extension offices will be closed to the public until further notice.

  8. Pesticide and Fertilizer Meeting- Postponed

    Mar. 17, 2020

    The Pesticide and Fertilizer meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 24th at the Warren County Fairgrounds has been postponed. Stay tuned for a new date.

    Questions?

    Please email Greg Meyer, Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Educator, at meyer.213@osu.edu.

  9. Lamb Lottery

    Mar. 13, 2020

    The Lamb Lottery WILL be held as scheduled on Saturday, April 4th in Building E at the fairgrounds at 10:00 a.m. It is a Warren County Agricultural Society event and thus does not fall into the parameters of other 4-H meeting cancellations.

  10. 4-H Urban Immersion Project- Washington, DC

    Feb. 18, 2020

    The Urban Immersion Project is a 4-H initiative that combines cross-cultural learning, teamwork and service learning in the urban environment of Washington, DC. 

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