USU Extension
Rich County Office

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435-793-2435

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Hours
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.

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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Cattle and Forage School

Register here to get tickets for our Cattle and Forage School.  It will be Tuesday, January 10th 2023.

Rich County Master Gardner Training

Join us over zoom starting March 7th, 2023 and receive college-level lectures and hands on training taught by Utah State University Extension Specialist.  
 
Class Topics include: 
Basic Botany                                 Weed Science
Soils and Fertilizers                       Entomology 
Irrigation                                        Integrated Pest Management
Fruits and Vegetables                   Turfgrass
Trees, Shrubs and Flowers           Landscape Design

Master Gardner Manual is included in the price!

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Rich County 4-H: Register on Zsuite 

The new year of 4-H has started!  Register on Zsuite here.


How We Can Help

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

Youth and 4-H

Register for Rich County 4-H today! (Enroll at 4h.zsuite.org)

Download 2022 Brochure

4-H Club Age Divisions

Utah 4-H Age Divisions are based on a child’s school grade. Youth are eligible to participate in 4-H between kindergarten and 12 grades (Youth who are homeschooled will follow the Utah State Board of Education criteria for placement based on age. See the [ ] following each divistion).

  • Cloverbud 4-H Members Kindergarten through 2nd Grade (K–2) [Ages 5 through 7 as of September 1]
  • Junior 4-H Members* 3rd through 5th Grade (3–5) [Ages 8 through 10 as of September 1]
  • Intermediate 4-H Members 6th through 8th Grade (6–8) [Ages 11 through 13 as of September 1]
  • Senior 4-H Members 9th through 12th Grade (9–12) [Ages 14 through 18 as of September 1]

*Large animal, shooting sports, and ATV projects and activities require youth to be at least in 3rd grade and at least 8 years of age. Youth in the 3rd grade who are 7 years old and turn 8 during the third-grade school year may enroll in large animal, shooting sports, and ATV projects upon turning 8. Eligibility for 4-H membership terminates upon graduation from 12th grade. Seniors may exhibit through the summer of their graduation year.

 

Agriculture and Natural Resources  

Fact Sheets and Resources


Here are some websites that have great information.  
Extension Sustainability
Agriculture.com
USU Extension Publications
USDA Ag Marketing Service


 

 












 

Food, Family, Home & Finance

Pressure Canning Lid Testing Days

Our pressure canning testing days will by appointment only. Call our office with any questions, 435-793-2435 or email [brandee.mills@usu.edu] to schedule an
appointment.

Finance

If you need help with budgeting/ finances, click resources for some great information.

Gardening Fact Sheets and Links







 


 

USU Extension Rich County Contact Information

 

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agriculture agent
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reganne briggs
Extension
Reganne Briggs

Reganne Briggs

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

435-793-2435

reganne.briggs@usu.edu

Brandee Mills
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Rich County
Extension
Brandee Mills

Brandee Mills

4-H Youth Program Coordinator| Rich County

(435) 793-2435

brandee.mills@usu.edu

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Rich County
kylee payne
Extension
Kylee Payne

Kylee Payne

Staff Assistant | Rich County

435-793-2435

kylee.payne@usu.edu

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