Nomination for Marion County State Fair Farm Family

Glenn Wagner, Extension Council Chair and Joe Kendrick, Marion County Farm Bureau, president, announce, “It’s time for community organizations to consider nominees for the 2018 Marion County State Fair Farm Family.” Nomination(s), plus a brief overview of the family’s qualifications, must be submitted by 5 p.m., April 30, 2018 to the Marion County Extension Center in the Palmyra Courthouse. Farm Family Day at the Missouri State Fair is co-sponsored by Missouri Farm Bureau, Missouri Department of Agriculture, Missouri State Fair, University of Missouri Extension and the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources. Click here to find suggested criteria and a Nomination form click here.

 

Marion County Farm Bureau Scholarship

The Marion County Farm Bureau Board of Directors is pleased to announce it will offer two, $500 scholarships to anyone who wishes to complete the requirements listed below. Marion County Farm Bureau is committed to the future of agriculture and more importantly, the future of our youth. Please see the details for entering for the scholarship here.

 

Marion County's community classroom

MU Extension is the University of Missouri’s classroom in Marion County. We connect people to research-based education to enrich the quality of life and enhance the economic well-being of our communities.

MU Extension partners with the Marion County Commission and other local organizations to provide education, information and services that meet people’s needs. The elected and appointed members of the Marion County Extension Council provide guidance in identifying those needs to ensure that our educational programs are relevant, reliable and responsive.

Whether it’s resources for yourself or your family, farm, business or community, we invite you to explore our website, call or email to learn how we can help you.

 

Local highlights

 

Interested in having your child join 4-H?

Learn more here! Thank you for your interest (PDF)

 

Marion County 4-H Family Favorites cookbook now available

This cookbook is dedicated to the thousands of 4-H members, volunteers, and community supporters that have, for nearly 100 years, devoted their time, their energy, and their resources to help Marion County young people become strong, self-reliant, and competent individuals. The Marion County 4-H Council has collected the best recipes from 4-H members, family and friends and compiled them into an attractive keepsake cookbook. 

The cookbook contains nearly 375 well-loved recipes from some of Marion Counties best cooks,  including appetizers, main dishes, desserts, and many others.  Hard cover with a plastic-spine binding. Recipes include the contributor’s name, enabling you to find the recipes of family and friends.

All proceeds will go to the Marion County 4-H Council. $15 per copy. Checks payable to Marion County 4-H Council. Contact the Marion County Extension Center to order.
 

2017 Marion County Plat book available

The 2017 Marion County Missouri Platbook contains landownership maps showing acreage and parcel boundaries by township; aerial views of the public and private roadways; and maps of waterways, railways and section lines. The book includes boundary maps for municipalities, political townships, school districts and zip codes. Wall maps also are available. Platbooks are $30 each, maps $30. Both are available at the extension center in Palmyra.

Salt River Master Gardeners

The Salt River Master Gardeners are a group of Missouri Master Gardeners who meet monthly.