Stephenville, Texas is uniquely located in rural Texas one-hour southwest of Dallas/Fort Worth for easy access to metropolitan amenities and a major airport, yet isolated from big city stress. A city of over 20,000 friendly people, Stephenville is an inviting, gracious community with a rich western heritage in a beautiful country setting along the Bosque River. It is distinctively Texan – independent, hardworking, and educated. Known as the ‘Cowboy Capital of the World’ and the ‘City of Champions’, Stephenville takes pride in having small town values, where a strong work ethic, family-values, and a giving heart still matter.
The staff of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service are proud to serve the citizens and visitors of Erath County. The Erath County, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service aims to provide quality, relevant outreach and continuing education programs and services to the people of Texas based on university research in family and consumer sciences, 4-H, youth development, agriculture, natural resources, home horticulture and community development.
Lonnie Jenschke – County Extension Agent – Agriculture & Natural Resources
Helen Hardy, County Extension Agent – 4-H & Youth Development
Andrea Degelia, County Extension Agent – Family & Community Health
Rachel Betz, Office Manager
Katie Blackwell, Part-time Secretary
Please RSVP 254-965-1460 by October 1st for this FREE lunch program.
The 2019 Master Gardener Program begins in October. Click the link below to print the registration forms or pick them up at the Erath County Extension office located in the Courthouse Annex: 112 W College Room 109. Registration forms and payment may be mailed or brought to the Erath County Extension Office.
The training is held at the AgriLife Research & Extension Center: 1229 N US Hwy 281 Stephenville.
Food Protection Management Training
November 13-14, 2019 Hood County Library
4-H Newsletter October 2019
The 4-H newsletter has info regarding the Erath County Youth Fair, Major Show Entry Night Oct 29th, County Food Challenge and Food Show Contests Nov 16th, several judging teams and upcoming workshops.
Check out the fall FCH newsletter for tips regarding child car seat safety, cooking with diabetes and the November Food Protection Management Training.