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  • Ensuring strong communities

    Article

    Published on June 26, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, participants learn how to implement best practices in good governance that keeps communities solvent, productive and engaged.

  • Agricultural business and living

    Article

    Published on June 26, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, you help the hard-working families who raise and care for cattle to feed families and add to the economic growth of Michigan.

  • Keeping people healthy

    Article

    Published on June 26, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, you encourage parents to feed their children healthy meals, teach youth about the importance of eating well, and help citizens learn about disease prevention and management.

  • Supporting food and agriculture

    Article

    Published on June 26, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, you help participants learn how to improve their communities.

  • Message from the district coordinator

    Article

    Published on June 25, 2018
    Michigan State University Extension makes a difference in Ogemaw County.

  • Northwest Michigan fruit update - July 3, 2018

    Article

    Published on July 3, 2018
    Fruit is ripening quickly in hot temperatures; growers have concerns about making spray applications in the hot weather.

  • Ripening Bluecrop berries in Covert, MI.

    Michigan spotted wing Drosophila update - July 3, 2018

    Article

    Published on July 3, 2018
    SWD are still active, though traps caught low numbers due to the heat; ripening fruit must be protected against infestation.

  • East Michigan fruit update - July 3, 2018

    Article

    Published on July 3, 2018
    Sweet and tart cherry, summer red raspberry and saskatoon harvest continues. Black raspberry harvest is starting. All crops seem to be holding up well through the heat of the last few days. Cherry growers need to be on the lookout for cherry fruit fly.

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    Asiatic garden beetles, soybean aphids and western bean cutworms arrive in time to see fireworks

    Article

    Published on July 5, 2018
    A July 4 update on Asiatic garden beetle adults, soybean aphids and western bean cutworm moths in Michigan field crops.

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    Plan for post-baccalaureate certification

    Article

    Published on July 5, 2018
    Plan for a post-baccalaureate certification after college for certain situations.

  • Message from the district coordinator

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    Michigan State University Extension makes a difference in Gladwin County.

  • Developing youth and communities

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension 4-H programs, youth participants learn life skills that prepare them for the workforce – especially for highly sought after jobs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

  • Ensuring safe and secure food

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension efforts in ensuring safe and secure food lead to a healthy population, which in turn helps keep health care costs in check and our communities viable.

  • Ensuring strong communities

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, participants learn how to implement best practices in good governance that keeps communities solvent, productive and engaged by learning conflict management skills and engaging youth in decision-making.

  • Keeping business strong

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension helps Gladwin County businesses strengthen their management to ensure longevity.

  • Keeping people healthy

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension encourages healthy behaviors that help reduce food and health care costs by helping prevent chronic health conditions and providing safe environments throughout a person’s life span.

  • Making the most of our natural assets

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension encourages better land stewardship that benefits communities by protecting and enhancing Michigan’s natural resource assets.

  • Heavy incidence of white mold in a Cass County irrigated soybean field.

    Sporecaster informational meeting planned July 17

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    Join us in Kingston, Michigan, to learn about a new smart phone app for white mold management in soybeans.

  • Supporting food and agriculture

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, you help participants learn profitable and efficient business and production practices.

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