Come visit us on May 4th! In addition to the unique selection of plants for sale, Master Gardeners are available to help with gardening questions!
Last year at this time, we were consumed with figuring out how to deal with the reality that Emerald Ash Borer had been detected in Bucks County.
Over 40 new and beginning farmers attended an afternoon workshop on Tractor and Machinery Safety presented by Penn State Extension Educators on April 4th at Blooming Glen Farm in Perkasie, PA.
At the Penn State Extension Annual Meeting in Dublin, Mid-Atlantic Farm Credit sponsored and presented awards to Bucks County 4-H youth members who have achieved excellence in Animal Science project areas.
On March 23rd, the Bucks County 4-H Livestock Judging team traveled up to Penn State University for the annual spring contest.
Seventeen Bucks County 4-H teens received their “Golden Ticket” at the State Leadership Conference in January.
More than 200 “Green Industry” professionals met for a day-long seminar at Delaware Valley College on January 8.
Penn State’s gardening newsletter Over the Fence has gone green… gone electronic… gone to the internet.
Mike Fournier, County Extension Director and Agricultural Educator in Bucks County, recently retired after 35 years in Extension.
The annual Bucks County Holstein Show was held at the Middletown Grange Fair on August 17, 2012. (From the home page click on the title above to read more.)
Honey bees are in the news almost every week. A condition known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) has drawn attention to honey bees like never before. The public has been reminded of the importance of honey bees in the production of everything from apples and almonds to onions and alfalfa. (It is the onion/alfalfa seed they help with). And, the bee’s plight has struck a sympathetic nerve with many folks. Maybe you’re one of them.
Want to know where to find great fruits, vegetables, meats and more in Bucks County? Fresh From Bucks County Farms is a directory that Penn State creates each year to help you.
For over 40 years, Penn State Extension has collaborated with the Bucks Mont Wool Cooperative to teach Sheep Shearing to aspiring shepherds.
"Wild for Leadership," was the theme for more than three hundred teen members of Pennsylvania 4-H receiving an advanced lesson in leadership at the 2012 PA 4-H State Leadership Conference, January 20-22, 2012 at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel.
The Bucks County Holstein Club held their Annual Meeting and Banquet on Saturday, February 4th at St. Matthews Lutheran Church in Bedminster. Over 130 were in attendance.
The Bucks County Extension office has openings for college students to be employed as summer interns in the 4-H Program.
Bucks County 4-H has partnered with Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) a Puppy Raising program.
Life and leadership skills can be a challenge for parents to teach and for children to learn.
Through the Tree Vitalize program, many Penn State Master Gardeners have become Tree Tenders. And they are planting lots of trees. Tree Tenders training is ongoing in many communities.
Bucks County club officers are prepared to embrace their new leadership roles in the 4-H clubs.