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Explore our Extension locations around the state.
Commercial row crop production in Arkansas.
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Learn to ID forages and more.
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Get the latest research results from our county agents.
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What’s wrong with my plants? The clinic can help.
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Grow a pollinator-friendly garden.
Schedule these timely events on your gardening calendar.
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Home to the Center for Rural Resilience and Workforce Development.
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Support Arkansas local food initiatives.
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Family Life is full of challenges, but it is also rewarding when we make wise choices.
We have created research-based programs to increase personal well-being, strengthen
couple relationships, and empower effective parenting. All of these programs and materials
are intended to help you make choices that will lead to a more enjoyable and satisfying
Home Alone Handbook: Is Your Child Ready?
Set SMART Goals
Strengthen Your Brain with Gratitude
How Much is Too Much? Setting Limits with Grandparents
Is it Defiance or Anxiety?
Show and Tell: Love Your Kids Every Day
Loneliness and Social Isolation among Older Adults
Self-Compassion: Do Better When You Feel Better
The Great Family Slow Down: A Case for Not Going Back to Normal
Visit our Childcare Resources page for more activities like this!
The organization Love is Respect shares resources to educate teens and others about
qualities of healthy relationships. February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
Love is Respect outlines steps to take and support resources if your partner threatens
If you or someone you know are in immediate danger, call 911.
These resources from the Child Mind Institute help parents who are working from home
with kids who are out of school or otherwise transitioning to new ways of interacting.
Sexual assault is traumatic, and reporting an assault can cause a victim to relive
the trauma. Self-care is important, but it can be very difficult following trauma.
The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) offers resources for victims and families. If you have a friend or family member
who has been a victim, you may find these tips useful.