Morgan County Office
Morgan County 4-H is committed to serving our youth and community and we are making a remarkable effort in these times to plan and execute safe and meaningful programs for all Morgan County residents. Below are just a couple of the virtual programs that were implemented during the pandemic and the impact they had on our community.
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Morgan County 4-H
4-H Program Coordinator
Office Number: 801-829-3472
Nicole Reed grew up in Idaho where she was involved in the 4-H Program for 12 years. She participated at the county, district, state, and national levels. Nicole first started as a 4-H Program Coordinator in Lincoln County, Idaho, shortly after graduating from Idaho State University with a bachelors in Political Science. While working as a coordinator she started to work on her Master’s degree with the University of Idaho. After 2 semesters of attending the U of I Outreach Center on the College of Southern Idaho Campus, Nicole moved to Moscow to finish her Masters and worked in the State 4-H Office. Nicole graduated in December 2014 with a Master’s in Agriculture Education with an emphasis in 4-H Youth Development. After graduation, Nicole was hired as the 4-H Program Coordinator in Morgan County. Nicole loves the 4-H program and what it can do for our youth.
What is 4-H?
4-H is for boys and girls, grades K-12. The program emphasizes "learning by doing" for the growth and development of youth. 4-H is the nation's largest Positive Youth Development Program. Through our unique partnership with USU Extension we are able to provide opportunities for youth throughout Utah! 4-H offers a wide variety of programs, after school, projects, contests, camps and events from livestock to sewing, and leadership to robotics!
4-H is run through volunteer-led clubs. 4-H clubs are a safe place to explore new interests, learn through trial and error and make new friends --all while having the support of a caring mentor.
Cody Zesiger is the Agriculture Extension Assistant Professor for Utah State in Weber and Morgan Counties. Prior to joining USU, he served as an FFA advisor and taught agriculture and integrated science at Roy Junior High. His areas of expertise include ecology, animal science, and plant science. He attended the University of Utah, Weber State, and Western Governors Universities where he received his teaching credential, undergraduate, and graduate degrees.
Publications and Resources
Public Pasture Evaluation for Morgan County Residents
Extension is offering a weekly public pasture evaluation for Morgan County residents. By appointment on Wednesday's from 9AM-Noon. Call us today at 801-829-3472 or email email@example.com to schedule a time.
Family, Finance & Food
Amanda Christensen, AFC
Extension Associate Professor, County Director
Utah Money Moms Blog Editor: www.utahmoneymoms.com
Amanda was hired as an Extension Educator in 2009. She is an Accredited Financial Counselor specializing in personal and family finance. She has authored fact sheets, grants, national award-winning curriculum, T.V., and radio segments related to personal finance throughout her career.
Helen Muntz entered our snow-covered valley on January 12, 2017 with beautiful landscapes and bountiful gardens on her mind as she braved our iced-over roads. As a Utah State Univeristy Extension Horticulture educator, she has the expertise to aide Morgan residents with all of our horticulture needs.
Helen has worked for the Cache County extension office for three and half years and is ready to bring her expertise to Weber and Morgan Counties. She will be spending most Tuesdays in the Morgan office and will be working the rest of the time at the Weber office.
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