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
Premier canola event set for Enid in January
Agricultural producers interested in learning how to maximize their canola production and profitability should register now to attend the Jan. 19 Canola College in Enid.
“It’s a great opportunity to learn from and speak with leading experts in the field, and interact with more than 250 new or veteran canola producers and industry members,” said Ron Sholar, Great Plains Canola Association (GPCA) executive director. “This will be the premier canola education and training event in the region for 2017.”
Red River Crops Conference Jan. 24-25 in Childress, Texas
Oklahoma and Texas agricultural producers and others interested in learning the latest information about best crop production practices for the Red River region should register now to attend the Jan. 24-25 Red River Crops Conference in Childress, Texas.
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.