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Sanpete County Office

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Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.

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

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Sanpete County is one of the primary agricultural production regions in the state. In 2007 County Production Statistics (2007 Utah Agricultural Statistics), the county ranked first in the production of turkeys and had the largest inventory of sheep in the state.

The Sanpete County Extension office is involved in developing research and educational materials and programs to assist the agriculture community with production goals.

The Utah State University Extension Office in Sanpete County is here to bring the resources of the University to the good folks in Sanpete County. 

USUAL: Soil, Manure, Plant, Feed, and Water Testing

USUAL is here to help you solve many of your gardening, lawn, plant, and animal feed problems. We are the only soil testing lab in Utah open to the general public. We work closely with your County Extension Agent to best serve you.

Visit the USUAL website!

Food $ense

Food $ense (SNAP-Ed) provides nutrition education to SNAP recipients and food stamp eligible individuals and families. Food $ense (SNAP-Ed) offers a variety of classes to expand participants’ knowledge of nutrition, budgeting, cooking, food safety, and physical activity.

Gardening

USU Extension Sanpete County aims to help local gardeners find the information they need to plant their perfect garden. That's why we have gathered these gardening resources and videos.

USU Extension yard and garden resources.

USU Ephraim Community Garden Application Form

Home, Family and Food

Sanpete County 4-H Resources

The primary goal of 4-H is to assist youth in developing life skills that help them live productive and satisfying lives. Some important life skills include making decisions, solving problems, relating to others, planning and organizing, communicating with others, leading self and others, and applying science and technology.

4-H Club and Project Information


4-H Enrollment Information

County Fair Information

Sanpete County Highlights

Clover Connection Newsletters

2021 Sanpete County 4-H Scholarship Applications are Due May 7th, 2021

High school students in 11th or 12th grade who have an "active status" in the 4-H program can apply for 4-H scholarships that can be used toward their higher education.

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USU Extension Sanpete County Contact Information

 

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aware central
Shannon Cromwell
nutrition county
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Sanpete County
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homeandcomm
Directory
healthwellness
mentalhealthteam
Shannon Cromwell

Shannon Cromwell

Extension Associate Professor | Sanpete County

(435)-283-3472

shannon.cromwell@usu.edu

Directory
Sanpete County
Roxanne DeBiasi
Directory
Sanpete County
Muria Everitt
Muria Everitt

Muria Everitt

4-H Afterschool Coordinator | Sanpete County

(435)-283-3472

muria.everitt@usu.edu

Kaylee Hanks
Sanpete County
roi
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Kaylee Hanks

Kaylee Hanks

Coordinator | Sanpete County

(435)-340-1503

support@roi.usu.edu

expert
Matthew Palmer
small farms
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ag-nat
agriculture and 4-H youth programs agent
AGNR
Sanpete County
crops
Matt Palmer

Matt Palmer

Extension Associate Professor | Agriculture, Natural Resources, 4-H | Sanpete County

(435) 283-3472

matt.palmer@usu.edu

Sanpete County
Brandi Reber
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Brandi Reber

Brandi Reber

Youth Programs Coordinator | Sanpete County

(435) 283-3472

brandi.reber@usu.edu

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