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.
Penn State Extension is taking an active role in educating parents on positive parenting and increasing awareness of child abuse.
Hurricane Sandy reminds us that we need to prepare our frozen food for power outages
Managing children's emotions resulting from Hurricane Sandy or the "Frankenstorm"
Got Gardening Questions? Need gardening advice? Ask a Master Gardener!
In March, Lehigh and Northampton County Master Gardeners taught an important lesson to 660 first graders in the Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton school districts.
The Penn State Extension Better Kid Care program recently changed its system for offering professional development lessons.
June 26 - July 1 was Mosquito Control Awareness Week.
Penn State Extension is unique in its capacity to design, deliver and evaluate effective community-based educational programming.
Lehigh County 4-H member, Jessica Dietrich, shares how 4-H has affected her life.
The steady increase in bed bugs throughout the nation in the past several years has not gone unnoticed by the media or the public.
Penn State Extension in Lehigh County welcomes questions from home gardeners.
Drug and alcohol prevention programs come and go. It seems that prevention curriculum are a dime a dozen. However, studies show that less than one quarter of these programs are delivered with full adherence to the curriculum.
In 2010, Penn State Extension's Start Farming program educated 427 aspiring and beginning farmers with eighteen courses on topics ranging from farm business exploration to grass-fed beef and organic vegetables.