There is a chill in the air and that can mean just one thing- it's soup season! From family favorites like Minestrone to new classics such as butternut squash there is a soup you and your family can enjoy this time of year.
Dairy foods are a great source of beneficial vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. When it comes to fat in these foods, there are a variety of levels to choose. The question is what is the best option for me?
Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world! But how many of us know what goes into making that soothing cup of tea or the antioxidants that are in it! Brew yourself a cup of hot tea as you read more about this popular drink!
SILVAH is a combination of experiential and computer-based education.
Prior to shale gas development in the Appalachian Basin, large-scale investments in this region would have seemed improbable.
Eleanor Brown of the Venango County Master Gardeners passes on some tips to ensure that our landscapes don’t contribute to the increasing problem of polluted streams and lakes, including the harmful algae blooms that deplete oxygen and kill fish each year.
The health of the honeybee population is of increasing concern.
The Poison Prevention Program strives to prevent accidental poisonings in the home.
Two workshops called "Understanding Whitetail Deer" drew nearly 60 attendees this spring.
Every year the Leadership Warren program arranges presentations and tours.
Traditional conferences and workshops as well as online learning opportunities all contribute to sustaining one of Pennsylvania’s most valuable natural resources.
It especially targets individuals making and packaging their items for resale through open air markets, grocery stores, or restaurants.
Ginger Fenton, Penn State Dairy Educator, presented the workshop and hands-on training.
The goal is protecting Warren County residents’ health and property, as well as the community’s shared ground and surface water resources.
Forest County Teen Council has already engaged in a service project.
In collaboration with Chuck Coup of the PA SFI, Extension Educator Scott Weikert designed a workshop that taught loggers the basics about lumber grades, log grades, and tree grades, and showed how all three of these grades are interconnected.
Shale energy extraction started to become commercially viable in the late 1990’s with the advent of horizontal drilling tied to hydraulic fracturing.
After 41 years in operation, the Warren County Farmers' Market is becoming a legal entity.
Farm$en$e teaches farmers how to understand financial statements, such as a cash flow statement, balance sheet, and income statement. Course participants will learn how to use financial records to make informed decisions for his or her farm operation. The four session class will be held on Tuesdays, November 3, 10, 17, and 24 beginning at 10:00 am and concluding at 3:00 pm in Slippery Rock. The cost of the program is $225 per farm. Deadline to register is October 25th
Penn State Extension is pleased to announce that it will be extending the Dining with Diabetes to residents of Cameron, Clarion, Crawford, Green, Indiana, McKean, Potter, and Venango Counties.