COVID-19 Update!

We have entered "phase 2 of COVID-19 reopening." Here's the "skinny" on what that means:
  • We are still open for regular business hours from 8-4:30 M-F.
  • You will still need to sign in when entering the building for contact tracing purposes.
  • We are still limited to 50% or less staff in the office daily.
  • Nikki's office phone and voicemail are still being forwarded to her cellphone.
  • Educational programs are still limited to web based meetings (checkout except for small meetings of 10 people or less that are considered necessary.
***On July 10 the Governor has issued an executive order that requires face masks when in public. This new executive order means that our program participants must wear face masks to participate in our programs unless they have a health condition that prohibits their use.
Thank you for your cooperation during these tough times.



Photo Credit: Dr. Henning, UK Ext. Specialist

Marshall County ANR provides both formal and informal educational opportunities 
for the public through meetings, workshops, media, field days, one-on-one and more!


Marshall's Upcoming Programs:

Horticulture Webinar Wednesday (Online May) 

Beef Management Webinar Series (Online May)

Hemp Production Webinar (May 5)

UK Wheat Field Day (May 12)

Plant Sale  (June 20th) 

WIld Mushroom Workshop

Crossing Through This:  Managing Farm & Family in 2020 (Thursdays July 23-August 13)

KY Woodland Owners Short Course (August & September)

Managing Predators with a Small Backyard Poultry Flock (Online August 4)

Using Chick Embryology as a Teaching Tool (Online August 11)

Virtual Pest Management Field Day (August 20)

Raising Exhibition Chickens (Online September 1)

Spray Application Update (Online September 10)

Raising Your Own Meat Chickens (Online October 6)

Selecting, Handling, & Cooking Turkey (Online November 4) 

From the Woods Today (Wednesdays Via Zoom)

Horticulture Webinar Wednesday

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Educational programs of Kentucky Cooperative Extension serve all people regardless of economic or social status and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, marital status, genetic information, age, veteran status, or physical or mental disability. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, KENTUCKY STATE UNIVERSITY, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, AND KENTUCKY COUNTIES, COOPERATING