USU Extension
Duchesne County Office

What is USU Extension?

With offices covering Utah's 29 counties, Utah State University Extension provides research-based community education, resources and programs in the areas of agriculture and natural resources; business and community; food, health, and wellness; home, finance, and relationships; and 4-H and youth.

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USU Extension offers expertise and pertinent information specific to the needs of our county

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Duchesne County Fair and Jr. Livestock Show

4-H Teen Council

A fun and industrious group working towards bettering their community and themselves. Members of the teen council participate in service projects, group activities, and in helping younger 4-H members.

4-H Horse Program

This program is for all youth interested in caring for, showing, and learning about horses. Members of this group can participate in horse shows held throughout the summer including the County Show at the end of the summer.

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View our 4-H Event Planning Guide

Call the 4-H office at (435)738-1140 for more information or email Katrina at katrina.spencer@usu.edu

The USU Extension office in Duchesne County offers a wide range of materials and resources related to livestock, crops, soils, agriculture profitability, weed control, farm and ranch management, range, home horticulture, gardening, insects and water management.

Duchesne County is located in the Uintah Basin in the eastern part of Utah. Its agricultural base is mainly made up of cattle, hay and sheep.

The base includes:

  • 30,651 head of beef cows
  • 7,525 head of sheep
  • 46,079 acres of hay
  • 3,309 acres of corn

The the average annual total value of crops and livestock products produced is $46,047,000.

Please feel free to browse through the links. If you have suggestions on topics that would be of interest to Duchesne County producers, please contact us by phone, email, or stop by the office.

Extension offers the tools and expertise you need to make the most of your financial resources whether it is balancing your budget, buying a home or planning for retirement. Extension also can help you plan tasty, affordable, nutritious, safe and fast meals on a limited budget or limited time.

USU Extension Duchesne County Contact Information

 

Katelyn Barsnick
ag-nat
Duchesne County
Directory
Extension
crops
Katelyn Barsnick

Katelyn Barsnick

Extension Assistant Professor | Agriculture, Natural Resources & 4-H | Duchesne County Director

435-738-1140

katelyn.barsnick@usu.edu

Extension
paige miles
Duchesne County
Directory
Cassie Moat
Directory
4-H Youth
Duchesne County
Extension
Cassie Moat

Cassie Moat

4-H Livestock Coordinator| Recruitment| Duchesne County

(435) 671-9856

cassie.moat@usu.edu

Uintah County
homeandcomm
aware staff
health equity
Suzanne Prevedel
Duchesne County
Extension
aware central
4-H Agent
mentalhealthteam
Directory
expert
nutrition county
healthwellness
Suzanne Prevedel

Suzanne Prevedel

Extension Associate Professor | Duchesne & Uintah Counties

(435) 738-1140

Suzanne.Prevedel@usu.edu

Yvette Rea
health equity
Extension
Duchesne County
Directory
Yvette Rea

Yvette Rea

Family Wellness Coordinator | Create Better Health | Duchesne County

(435)-722-1200

yvette.rea@usu.edu

Extension
Katrina Spencer
Directory
Duchesne County
Katrina Spencer

Katrina Spencer

Staff Assistant | Duchesne County

435-738-1140

katrina.spencer@usu.edu

Duchesne County
Directory
Jessica Tibbitts
Extension
Mercedis Zismer
Directory
Extension
Duchesne County
health equity
Mercedis Zismer

Mercedis Zismer

Family Wellness Coordinator | Create Better Health | Duchesne County

(435)-722-1200

mercedis.zismer@usu.edu

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