Linda Beech explains, what “Family Day” is all about and how the Extension participates with it each year.
Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services supports the Kansas ag community by providing confidential ag-related legal, financial and mediation resources at no cost. Stacy Campbell explains how KAMS can help local farmers.
Holly Dickman joins Jim Strine and gives advice on how to plant trees in our area.
September is “National Disaster Preparedness Month” and with tips with how you can participate, is Linda Beech. Listen closely as Linda has a giveaway for 10 lucky viewers.
A pest called the Sugarcane Aphid, has moved its way into Kansas from states such as Texas and Oklahoma. The sugarcane aphid originally feeding on only sugarcane, is now threatening sorghum fields here in Ellis County. Stacy Campbell visits with Entomologist, J.P. Michaud about the pest.
Holly Dickman explains two separate programs being offered by the Extension Office in September.
Susan Schlicting visits with Jaylinn Pfeifer about the 4-H program and what it has meant to her and her family.
The Ellis County Fair is using an online entry for exhibits this year. With an explanation to how this will work, is Susan Schlicting.
With tips on how to save money, is Linda Beech.
Holly gives up tips on how to care for annual flowers.
Stacy Campbell has some ideas about removing birds roosting in your trees.
The Ellis Public Library was the location for the basic rocketry class. With more is Susan Schlicting.
Ground cover is the topic this month with special guest, Augustine Obour.