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Cooperative Extension News & Publications
Scott County, Arkansas

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.


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Scott County Beef and Forage Newsletter

The Scott County Beef and Forage Newsletter is published Quarterly by the Scott County Extension Office.  It contains helpful articles on cattle and forage production for local producers.  Hopefully you will find some article that will help you on your operation.

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Outdoor Water Efficiency Program

Sprinkler Smart Program is a partnership between Central Arkansas Water and The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, Pulaski County.  The program provides education to homeowners, and irrigation/landscape contractors in Pulaski County to be more efficient with outdoor watering practices.    The program offers educational workshops and free sprinkler system audits for residents of Pulaski County.  Not only can homeowners conserve water, they can reduce their water bill.  The average savings for audit participants is $48 through the summer watering season. To schedule a workshop or a sprinkler system audit contact Mark Brown CEA-Water Conservation/Horticulture.  

Photo: Sprinkler system audit with homeowner

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The mission of 4-H is to provide opportunities for youth to acquire knowledge, develop life skills, form attitudes, and practice behavior that will enable them to become self-directing, productive, and contributing members of society. In Pulaski County today, there are more than 300 youth enrolled in 4-H Clubs and thousands more experience a 4-H Youth Development educational program within the year. Membership in 4-H is absolutely free and provides you with a world of opportunity!  

Join a 4-H Club today! Follow us on Facebook. For additional information on 4-H in Pulaski County, contact Erica Harris - CEA 4-H Youth Development.


Photo: 4-H member learns cooking skills during Spring into 4-H Workshop.