PB&J – A Month of Giving

Brown County 4-H is partnering with (or competing against, however you want to look at it) Clermont and Highland County 4-H to sponsor a Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive.  We will be collecting donations from November 1-30.  Clubs, organizations, community members, and businesses are encouraged to participate.  However, the 4-H club that donates the most items will win a pizza party for their club! Donations can be dropped off at the Extension Office Monday through Friday, 8:00a.m.-4:30 p.m.. The items collected will be donated to Empower Youth to be included in the food packs that will be sent home with kids over winter break.

Register Today for Annie’s Project

Today is the last day to register for Annie’s Project! “Annie’s Project is an educational program dedicated to strengthening women’s roles in modern farm enterprise. This 6-week workshop focuses on five key areas of risk management: human, financial, marketing, production, and legal.” Seminars will be held once a week from 6:00-9:00pm at the Ross County Service Center on October 27, October 31, November 3, November 7, November 10, and November 17. The cost to attend is $75.00 and registration can be completed here.


Spotted Lanternfly and the Potential Impacts on the Maple Syrup Industry

Join Penn State Extension Educator, Brian Walsh to learn about the potential damage that the Spotted Lanternfly is causing. This FREE webinar will take place on November 16, 2022 beginning at 10:00am. The Spotted Lanternfly is known to cause damage both to agricultural and non-agricultural plants. The Spotted Lanternfly is known to cause damage to certain species of trees which means that the maple syrup industry could potentially be at risk. The Spotted Lanternfly’s range is continuing to grow, more information about the Spotted Lanternfly is being gained. This webinar is FREE to attend but does REQUIRE registration. You can register by clicking here.

Spotted Lanternfly and the Potential Impacts on the Maple Syrup Industry

2022-2023 Brown County Master Gardener Free Seminar Series

Looking to expand your knowledge this winter? Join Brown County Master Gardeners every third Thursday of the month for 6 different seminars each covering a different topic in the Community Room at Western Brown High School. The seminar series begins Thursday, October 20, 2022 covering Culinary Herbs. These seminars are FREE to attend and DON’T require registration to attend! See the flyer below to see the full list of seminar topics. Any questions can be directed to the Brown County Extension Office at 937-378-6716.