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Welcome to our News and Publications page! Below you will find local newsletters,
news stories, and/or links to other relevant publications. Please contact our county
Extension office for additional information.
For accessible versions of PDF files, please contact Lance Blythe, Greene County Extension Staff Chair.
The Greene County 4-H Newsletters share a monthly view of what's happening with the
Teen Leader Club, Shooting Sports program, youth livestock show members, and other
4-H youth programs in Greene County.
For additional Greene County 4-H News, please contact Blake Davis, Greene County Extension 4-H Agent.
The Greene County Livestock & Forage Updates provide current information on livestock
and forage management and upcoming educational events.
For additional Livestock & Forage updates, please contact Lance Blythe, Greene County Staff Chair.
Greene Garden News provides timely information about local members, landscape project efforts, and upcoming
The Greene County Row Crop Updates provides current news about the local crop situation,
pest levels, chemical recommendations, and upcoming educational events.
For additional Greene County Crop Updates, please contact Dave Freeze, Greene County Extension Agriculture Agent.