Upcoming Regional Events
Join the Susquehanna County Forest Landowners Association on this free woods walk.
The Penn State Master Gardeners in Lackawanna County are excited to invite you to our first event of the year.
Part one of a two part series. Participants will share, discuss and implement best practices to develop and strengthen relationships. Participants will also discuss parent participation in programs and gain ideas on ways to build stronger home-school connections.
Pesticide Updates 2015: 2+2 Series is a traditional two-core and two-category credit session for private pesticide applicators, but any applicators may attend.
Part two of a two part series. Participants will share, discuss and implement best practices to develop and strengthen relationships. Participants will also discuss parent participation in programs and gain ideas on ways to build stronger home-school connections.
Beef Producers Meeting Series Susquehanna County
Beef Producers Meeting Series Bradford County
For many producers, 2014 was a challenging year in which to produce quality hay. This meeting will address some of those challenges, and ways to produce consistently high-quality hay.
Meeting Dates: April 10, 17, 24, and May 1, 2015 (10:00 AM - 12:00 PM); Follow-Up: July 10, 2015 (10:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
This one-day symposium features speakers on a variety of gardening topics, including Trees & Shrubs for Wildlife, Pollinators for the Vegetable Garden, Common Pests in the Vegetable Garden, Pruning Perennials, Beekeeping, and more.
A selection of workshops, informal activities, and fellowship for all 4-H volunteers to enjoy.
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.
This basic workshop is designed for nutrient management and conservation planning specialists in both private and public sectors to provide "hands-on" training in the use of PAOneStop, an online system that provides farm mapping and planning tools for use in nutrient management, manure management, and Ag E&S plan development.
Participants will learn about the many factors that can affect a child’s behavior.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of many communities. The more people who volunteer in their communities, the more engaged residents become and community goals can be attained more easily.
Dreaming of Spring? Join the Penn State Master Gardeners of Pike County for GardenFest 2015 to get inspired and learn how to grow your greatest garden yet! This one-day event will arm you with everything you need to get your garden into shape.
The grant-writing and fund-raising environment is increasingly competitive. Organization and preparation matter. Obtaining grants is a process. This workshop will break that process down into workable strategies to ensure a more successful outcome.
Does your school-age program curriculum excite and challenge children to grow and learn in the STEM (science/technology/ engineering/math) areas?