News

  1. Purdue Researcher Shalamar Armstrong to speak in Paulding County on Thursday, August 19

    Aug. 12, 2021

    Know via his Twitter handle as the @CoverCropDr, Dr. Shalamar Armstrong is an Associate Professor of Soil Conservation and Management in the Department of Agronomy at Purdue University. He holds a B.S. degree in Plant and Soil Science from Southern University, an M.S. in Soil Fertility from Alabama A&M University, and a Ph.D. in Agronomy from Purdue University. 

  2. Regional Field Days Focus on Cover Crop Application and Termination - Paulding County host site

    Aug. 12, 2021

    OSU Extension will host two educational field days focused on soil health and cover crops next week. Extension specialists and farmers experienced with cover crops will present on topics including inter-seeding cover crops into a growing crop, terminating cover crops, cover crop variety selection, and more. Field demonstrations cover crop plots, and equipment demonstrations will be on-site.

    Each field day is free to attend. Registration is appreciated. Register at go.osu.edu/RegionalFieldDay

  3. Join Us for the Soil Health Tour and Event - Tour Opens August 13

    Aug. 12, 2021

     

     

  4. Generation Rx - Safe Medication Practices for Seniors

    Jun. 29, 2021

    The Paulding County Extension office will provide education and information opportunities on safe medication practices through a program called Generation Rx. According to the national survey on Drug Use and Health from 2018, it is estimated that 16.9 million Americans have misused prescription medications at least once per year. The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy in a partnership with Cardinal Health Network has designed the program Generation Rx to help combat these significant statistics.

  5. Paulding County Extension Office welcomes new Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Extension Educator

    Jun. 01, 2021

    With the passage of the Paulding County OSU Extension levy in 2020 and funds being released in 2021, the Paulding County Extension Office had the opportunity to expand the Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) program area. Our newest addition to Paulding County Extension, in the role of Family and Consumer Sciences, Extension Educator is Casey Bishop. The FCS Extension Educator will focus on information and resources in the areas of Health People, Healthy Finances, and Healthy Relationships.

  6. Join us for the Paulding County Fair.

    Jun. 01, 2021

    Paulding County Fair Schedule located here

  7. 2021 Add-On Forms for the Paulding County Junior Fair Livestock Sale Now Available

    May. 26, 2021

    The 2021 Livestock Sale Add-On Forms are now available for download.  Please note that the forms must be mailed to a new P.O. Box and payment should be submitted with the form unless other arrangements are made.  To download the form, please click on the link below.

    Information on the form:

  8. Join the Paulding County Master Gardener Volunteers in their 20th Annual Plant Sale

    Apr. 23, 2021

    Plants, plants, and more plants will be available at the 2021 Paulding County Master Gardener Volunteer plant sale on Friday, May 14th, 2021, from 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM and Saturday, May 15th from 8:00 AM until 12:00 PM. The sale will take place at the Paulding County fairgrounds inside the Block Building at 503 Fairground Drive, Paulding, OH 45879.

  9. Family and Consumer Science Community Partner Survey

    Apr. 21, 2021

    For those I have not yet been able to meet, my name is Casey Bishop and I am the new Family and Consumer Science Educator at The Ohio State University Extension office here in Paulding County. The FCS position is an exciting new opportunity to bring science-based classes and information in the areas of Health People, Healthy Finances, and Healthy Relationships. To help identify the best programs that I can bring to the community, I first need some help from you! Please follow the link to a quick Paulding County FCS Partner Qualtics survey.

  10. 2020 Farm Science Review to be Held Online

    Aug. 25, 2020

    For the first time in its nearly 60-year history, Farm Science Review, scheduled for Sept. 22 to Sept. 24, will not be held in-person. Instead, a virtual show will be implemented for 2020.

    Farm Science Review will come to you on your laptop or smartphone this year, and for free, you can watch live-streamed talks and recorded videos featuring the latest farm equipment and research to pique your curiosity. 

    From Sept. 22–24, people from across the Midwest and the world can learn tips for increasing farm profits and growing crops from soybeans to hemp. 

Pages