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4-H

  • 2018 Itasca County 4-H Dog Training
    Dog training is beginning soon for interested 4-H'ers grades 3+. Training will take place the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. January - May 10th will be at the Bubbles and Bows facility. May 24 - August 2 will be at the Itasca County Fairgrounds. Cost is $25/child or $50/family. Go to www.goo.gl/fxF5ti to register.
  • Participate in 2018 Project Bowls
    4-H'ers grades 3+ - join a project bowl team now. Teams are available in dairy, dog, general livestock, horse, poultry, rabbit, and wildlife. Practice times TBD. Register at www.goo.gl/Advg5x
  • Itasca County 4-H Ambassador Program
    Are you in grades 6 through 12 and have a passion for 4-H? Then sign up to be a part of the Itasca County 4-H Ambassador program at https://goo.gl/8eKtev! Our 1st meeting will be Sunday November 19 from 5:00-7:00pm at Caribou Coffee and will meet the 3rd Sunday of each month.
  • Federation Minutes Here - December 2017
    Get your copy of the Itasca County 4-H Federation Minutes here!
  • Itasca County 4-H youth take home Science of Agriculture top honors
    A project to streamline temporary electric fence installation earned a team of Itasca County youth first place in the Minnesota 4-H Science of Agriculture competition.

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County Natural Resource Educator

  • Itasca County Landowners Can Plan On It!
    For landowners in Itasca County having a healthy and productive woodlot is important. And we recognize that we have new challenges facing us with a growing list of invasive species and a changing climate. It is very important to take the time to develop clear management goals with intentional planning to maintain the resiliency of your woods.
  • Information on moving docks, lifts and equipment in Itasca County
    If you plan to move a dock, lift or other water equipment from one lake or river to another, all visible zebra mussels, faucet snails, and aquatic plants must be removed whether they are dead or alive.
  • White Pine Versus Deer
    Recently there have been many questions coming into Itasca County Extension office regarding deer damaging white pine seedlings.

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Garden

  • Gardening
    Get information about best plants and gardening practices for Minnesota lawns, landscapes, and gardens.

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Health and Nutrition

Visit Extension's Health and Nutrition Section

Itasca County partners with Extension to deliver even more practical education and research right in your county.


Location

U of M Extension
Itasca

Courthouse
123 NE 4th St
Grand Rapids MN 55744-2659
(218) 327-7486 (phone)
(218) 327-7382 (fax)
mnext-itasca@umn.edu

Itasca Extension Committee

  • Burl Ives, County Commissioner
  • Terry G Snyder, County Commissioner
  • Scott Belknap
  • Debra Davis
  • Trish Harren
  • David Hayes
  • Conley Janssen
  • Marge Kelley
  • Doug Learmont
  • Cindy McNichols
  • Tom Nelson
  • Jeff Walker
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