Upcoming EventsSep7MonSep12Satall-day 2015 Central Texas Child Care Co...2015 Central Texas Child Care Co...Sep 12 all-dayMark your calendars! The 2015 Central Texas Child Care Conference “Growing Happy, Healthy & Hopeful Kids” will be held on: September 12, 2015 at Tarleton State University Presented by Texas AgriLife Extension Service & Tarleton State University For more info contact: Kate Whitney, CEA-Bosque Co. at 254-435-2331 —————————————————————————————————-
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Fall Turfgrass Maintenance Seminar August 28, 2015 2 – 4 pm at Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center on Highway 281, Stephenville $10 Registration fee FREE to students with a TSU ID 1 CEU (IPM) offered Register at: 254-965-1460 or email@example.com Learn about: Mowing height and frequency annual weed control fertilizers tree care tree diseases Speakers: Dr. Hennen Cummings, Ph.D., Assistant Professor & Director of Turfgrass Management at Tarleton State Universit Renee Burks, Staff Forester III at Texas A&M Forest Service Lonnie Jenschke, County Extension Agent –… Read More →
Below is a chart of the validation dates and entry deadlines for the Junior Livestock Show of Erath County and also for major stock shows. If you have any questions, please contact Erath County 4-H Agent, Emily Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org or 682-554-6430. *Tags must be purchased at the Erath Extension Office.
We will have a team building workshop and hand out kits on September 2 from 4:15-5:15. At this point, you will have everything you need to practice together as a team prior to the county contest. Teams must consist of 3 – 5 members. 4 or 5 is better – just in case something comes up at the last minute and a team member cannot attend. Here is a list of teams and members: Call the Extension Office if you wish to register a new member.