Penn State Extension in Lehigh and Northampton counties joins early efforts to assess and bolster the food economy in the Lehigh Valley.
Penn State Extension is actively involved in education efforts for farmers and farm landlords to address changes and new programs in the Agricultural Act of 2014.
Penn State Extension addressed the needs of experienced producers during a two-day organic vegetable symposium.
Penn State Extension's Nutrition Links program offers opportunities for families and youth to improve their nutritional and food safety practices -- improvements that can lead to public savings.
Penn State Extension in Lehigh County helped farmers’ markets and local businesses maintain their livelihood through a class on how to identify counterfeit money.
Andrea Tessier is the new director for Penn State Extension -- District 20. She is enthusiastically exploring the district and discovering community members' needs.
Penn State Extension in Northampton County is equipping and educating farmers about high-quality pastures.
Penn State Extension in Northampton County supports hay producers and consumers.
During 4-H State Achievement Days, our youth learned that "with great power comes great responsibility."
Penn State Extension in Lehigh County assisted with the initial organization and development of the Emmaus Farmers' Market. The market's story is an example of how Extension educates and empowers community growth.
Penn State Extension in Lehigh County is partnering its Nutrition Links program with a local food bank's nutrition program.
Penn State Extension in Lehigh County enjoyed a unique radio marketing opportunity.
Penn State Extension in Lehigh and Northampton counties offers educational opportunities for people seeking to become new farmers.
Programs focusing on volunteer relationships and obtaining grants help strengthen non-profits in our community.
Northampton County 4-H reached youth through traditional and community programs this summer.
Penn State Extension in Lehigh County is passionate about working to prevent child abuse.
Penn State Extension in Lehigh County used mobile marketing for mosquito awareness.
Penn State Extension in Lehigh County organized the popular, Are You Crazy? retail farm market and agritourism bus tour.
As Rick Kauffman, District 18 director, approaches his July 31 retirement, he shares insights on his Penn State Extension career.