Upcoming Regional Events
Backyard Poultry Short Course is for small-scale meat and egg producers. The course will provide the participant with a general understanding of what it takes to have poultry.
Join the Wayne Lackawanna Forest Landowners Association for this evening event.
Have a question about the Dairy Margin Protection Program in the Farm Bill also known as the MPP-Dairy? The Penn State Extension Dairy Team and the Center for Dairy Excellence invite you to learn what you need to enroll in MPP and what it means for your dairy!
Penn State Extension staff will share the results of a demonstration on the Kittle Farm to determine the applicability of interseeding cover crops into a cash crop in NE PA. Four treatments with annual ryegrass, legumes and radish in various mixes were established in a corn crop on the farm in June 2014. Implementing the practice and discussing weed control requirements will be also be discussed.
We invite fruit and vegetable producers and associated industry personnel to join a PDA auditor as they walk through a local farm discussing how an audit is conducted and what to expect. Free of charge. Light refreshments provided. Question/answer period to follow mock audit.
This workshop covers strategies for supporting cognitive development, based on child development theory.
Preparing food in large quantities is different than food preparation in the home. Cooking for Crowds: A Volunteer's Guide to Safe Food Handling program helps non-profit organizations and their volunteers understand the risks involved with preparing large volumes of food and the important food safety practices that need to be implemented to ensure a safe event.
Over watering, under watering, algae, and what's that fuzzy white stuff on my plants? Bill Castek, owner and operator of Castek's Floral Shop on Cliff Street in Honesdale, will teach us the proper way of growing and maintaining our indoor, household splendor.
Make a wreath, swag or grave blanket in time for the holidays in our popular holiday workshop. Presented by Wayne County MGs Wanda Eisenhauer and Mary Fenton.
No two families are exactly alike. This course focuses on respecting and celebrating differences in developmentally appropriate ways.
Use puppets to reinforce skill development, engage the difficult child and foster communication. Provide stimulating environments and activities using puppets. Materials and pattern will be provided.