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  • Message from the district coordinator

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    Michigan State University Extension makes a difference in Gratiot 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).

  • 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.

  • Breakfast on the Farm

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, consumers in your community are educated about agricultural practices at Breakfast on the Farm events.

  • Supporting dairy farmers

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, farmers receive on-site training, farm visits and general education.

  • Keeping people healthy

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension improves nutrition for community seniors.

  • Ensuring safe and secure food

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension food safety and preservation programs provided to Gratiot County participants help to stimulate the local economy by encouraging locally grown and purchased foods.

  • Educating for financial capability

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension understands that healthy economic structures lead to greater opportunities and stronger communities.

  • Collaboration to meet the needs

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    Your local MSU Extension office is housed with experts in particular fields. One of the advantages of having four MSU Extension Institutes is the ability to bring together deep and broad knowledge to address issues that are multifaceted and complex.

  • Message from the district coordinator

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    Michigan State University Extension makes a difference in Montcalm 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).

  • 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.

  • Supporting dairy farmers

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, farmers receive on-site training, farm visits and general education.

  • Keeping people healthy

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension teaches valuable healthy-eating skills and improves nutrition for community seniors.

  • Ensuring safe and secure food

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension food safety and preservation programs provided to Montcalm County residents help to stimulate the local economy by encouraging locally grown and purchased foods.

  • Establishing healthy choices

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    When you support MSU Extension, you educate your community about making healthy decisions.

  • Educating for financial capability

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    MSU Extension understands that healthy economic structures lead to greater opportunities and stronger communities.

  • Collaboration to meet needs

    Article

    Published on July 6, 2018
    Your local MSU Extension office is housed with experts in particular fields. One of the advantages of having four MSU Extension Institutes is the ability to bring together deep and broad knowledge to address issues that are multifaceted and complex.

  • Home heating thoughts

    Article

    Published on July 9, 2018
    Home heating may not be on everyone’s mind during the summer months, unless getting through the last winter was a nail-biter. For many residences and small businesses, wood pellets are the cheapest alternative.

  • VFD survey - one month to go

    Article

    Published on July 9, 2018
    How do you feel about VFD rules? Take our survey and tell us.

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