May. 21, 2020
May. 01, 2020
Lawrence County 4-H Update, May 1st
Apr. 16, 2020
OSU Extension, Lawrence County has been working remotely for one month now and I read an article a few days ago challenging us to reach the “growth zone” during this unique time. Am I living in the here and now? Making the most out of each day or still just in a holding zone? I hope you all are with me in the here and now, living our current “new normal” the best we know how.
Apr. 13, 2020
I’m only shopping once or twice a month now, as I abide by the Ohio Stay at Home Order during the COVID-19 pandemic. How can I make sure my food lasts as long as possible so that I don’t have to keep going back to the store?
Your question is on the minds of many people nationwide, as the majority of the country continues efforts to flatten the curve and lessen the spread of COVID-19. In Ohio, for example, on April 2, the Stay at Home Order was extended to May 1.
Apr. 10, 2020
"Due to ongoing health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the decision has been made to cancel all Ohio State University Extension in-person programming through July 6. This includes all 4-H programs, activities, and events. Additionally, we’ve made the very difficult decision to cancel all 4-H camps thru August 31. Although in-person programming is cancelled, we will continue to offer virtual 4-H experiences."
Mar. 31, 2020
Mar. 20, 2020
See the below links for the following information:
Covid-19 Tax Implications for Farmers
Questions regarding Covid-19 on Farms with Employees
Mar. 17, 2020
OSU Extension is deeply committed to the health and well-being of its staff and doing our part to help stem the spread of coronavirus disease COVID-19. Governor DeWine recently issued a state of emergency and implemented a variety of strategies to reduce the spread of the disease. In order to do our part in reducing risk to our employees or clientele, we have implemented a teleworking plan.
Mar. 12, 2020
As you may be aware, The Ohio State University has announced the suspension of face-to-face instruction and the move to virtual instruction effective immediately through March 31. Events deemed nonessential are postponed between now and April 20, 2020.There will be evaluation whether they should continue in person beyond this time. Our primary concern is for the health and safety of all our people.
Feb. 14, 2020
The Lawrence County 4-H Enrollment deadline is fast approaching… we are officially 4 weeks away from the deadline to enroll for fair participation! Have you enrolled yet?
Lawrence County 4-H offers a couple of ways to enroll: