Urban 4-H hosted a "Scarves 4 Kids" program at the Martin Library.
If the recent storm caused damage to your trees, the following information may helpful
Penn State Watershed Winds features a list of resources to help farmers and homeowners repair damage resulting from the recent flooding on the Susquehanna. For additional assistance with interpreting materials, contact your local Extension office.
There are some steps homeowners need to take to maintain well water safety if you experience a flooding event.
The recent earthquake in Virginia shook nature's plumbing system, but should only have minimal impacts on area well water.
Reacting to sagging populations of bees and other pollinators, members of Gov. Tom Corbett's staff recently sought and received Penn State Extension certification for the gardens at the Governor's Residence as "pollinator friendly."
The results from the York County 4-H Horse Roundup were published in the York Dispatch.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is asking residents to participate in collecting bat maternity colony data this summer.
The program will work with volunteer groups, municipalities and community partners to clean up illegal dump sites. Education programs will be offered to encourage positive behaviors toward community improvement.
Please join us in welcoming our three summer assistants. Sarah Doyle and Alicia Hoke with be working with the 4-H Department and Anna Hummel will be assisting Marcia Weber with Family and Consumer Sciences.
George Weigel of the Patriot News discusses Jacquie Doyle's talk at the Millersville Native Plant Conference. He also mentions the MAEscapes gardens at Penn State Extension, York County
From the Watershed Winds Newsletter, Tom Smith writes about the impact of litter in the landscape.
Certify your Pennsylvania garden as Pollinator Friendly!
Roxanne Price, the 4-H Coordinator in York County, is retiring in June after 37 years of service!
Flowers blooming, butterflies fluttering, and gardens thriving - it's a perfect time to plan your rain garden!
Safe drinking water workshops educate residents with private water supplies.
The York County Planning Commission has embarked on an effort to take the Water Resources Plan component of the County Comprehensive Plan to "the next level." This effort will provide County stakeholders with a resource which will guide the restoration and protection of County's water resources.