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- Feb. 18 to 20, 2016
Interface A 2016
- Feb. 21 to 23, 2016
Interface B 2016
- Feb. 25 to 27, 2016
Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit
- Feb. 27 to March 1, 2016
36th Annual Dialysis Conference
- March 2, 2016
Legislative Day - MU/MU Extension
- March 7 to May 6, 2016
Osher 2016 Spring Semester Registration
- March 17 to 18, 2016
Advanced Practice Assessment and Skills Workshop
- March 17 to 20, 2016
Maize Genetics Conference 2016
- March 22 to 25, 2016
National eXtension Conference 2016- Professional Development Track
- March 28 to April 1, 2016
Community Development Academy-Courses 1 and 2 Spring 2016
- March 29 to April 1, 2016
20th Central Hardwood Forest Conference 2016
- April 6, 2016
Scholastic Journalism Day 2016
- April 15, 2016
3rd Annual Missouri Central Region TCD Summit
- April 18 to 20, 2016
2016 Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation
- April 27 to 30, 2016
Afro-Cuban Artists: A Renaissance
- May 23 to 26, 2016
Pan American Current Research on Fluid Inclusions
- May 25 to 27, 2016
2016 IPG Symposium
- June 8 to 10, 2016
Cambio de Colores 2016
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Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013
Beginning Grazing School (Session 1 of 2)
When: Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
FCS Financial Meeting Room
This two-day school teaches the principles of integrating forages and livestock into an efficient production system. Successful participants will qualify for cost-share assistance to establish a grazing system. more...
Register by contacting the Pettis County SWCD office, 660-826-3354 ext 3.
Couples may pay $50 to receive one set of materials
Hickory County Master Gardener Training (Session 10 of 11)
When: Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Hickory County MU Extension Office
203 Cedar Street, Hermitage MO map...
The Master Gardener volunteer program began in the early 1970’s in response to the rapidly increasing interest in home gardening. The idea was to train knowledgeable garden volunteers to help University Extension staff deliver home gardening information to the public.
Today, the Master Gardener volunteer program is recognized nationally as a means for individuals to learn and to share horticultural knowledge with others.
The goal of the program is to involve the community in enhancing the local environment and economy through improved horticulture practices and education. Master Gardeners serve as representatives of the University of Missouri Extension. They may engage in a variety of interesting education activities that benefit the community.Master Gardeners develop their gardening and community potential while their efforts help others in the community.
$225 for couples