Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service
For us, it's personal. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service county educators and area, district and state specialists develop science-based educational programs to help Oklahomans solve local issues and concerns, promote leadership and manage resources wisely. Programs focus on:
- Increasing opportunities for agricultural enterprises
- Natural resources and environmental management
- Food, nutrition, health and safety education
- Youth, family and community development
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Centennial -The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service (OCES) is dedicating 2014 to celebrating its 100th anniversary of extending knowledge and changing lives.
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension County Office Directory - Need help? Come by and visit or phone, fax or e-mail a question to your local Extension educators.
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Fact Sheets - Oklahoma's source for science-based information on agriculture, economic development, family and consumer sciences, and youth development.
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service recently broke ground for the construction of the new Oklahoma State University Extension Classroom Building in Oklahoma City. The building will be utilized by Oklahoma County Extension Office personnel, state Extension specialists, cooperating partner organizations and county employees. “The new building will provide all a great facility to conduct educational and informational programs, conferences and meetings,” said Ladonna Hines, Oklahoma County Extension director. “We’re extremely grateful to everyone who helped make this possible.”
Pictured from left are: OSU’s Pistol Pete; Michael Taylor, District 2 deputy; Thomas G. Coon, vice president, dean and director of OSU’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources; Willa Johnson, District 1 commissioner; Burns Hargis, OSU president; Ladonna Hines, Oklahoma County Extension director; and Ray Vaughn, District 3 commissioner. (Photo by Torsten Kilschautzky, OSU Agricultural Communications Services)
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