USU Extension
Summit County Office

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435-336-3217

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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.

COVID-19 Procedures
Our office is now open from 8 to 5 pm.
Please note, it is best to call beforehand to schedule an appointment with the right staff you’d like to speak with as they might not be in the office the day you’d like to meet with them. 

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 Here's what's happening in Summit County 4-H this month!

Zsuite Enrollment Information! Youth who wish to participate in 4-H and adults who will be serving as a volunteer must enroll in 4-H through Zsuite. Zsuite is an online tool used for club management and event registration. Adults who will not be serving in a volunteer role do not need to enroll.
If you need help with enrollment, visit the Utah 4-H Zsuite page.

Sam

Questions Regarding 4-H? 


Our county 4-H Coordinator is an excellent resource to help you locate established clubs or start a new one. Don't hesitate to contact Sammantha for additional information and assistance with the club formation process. Additionally, please contact Sammantha if you need help becoming a 4-H member. Samantha Krieger can be reached at 435-336-3219 or
 Samantha.krieger@usu.edu

Any person, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, or disability may enroll as a 4-H member.
 

Programs and Resources At Summit County Extension

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Learn more about current programs and classes we are offering taught from our office. 

 


Business & Community

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Learn more about resources USU Extension provides about business and Community.



Extension Online Courses

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Learn virtually from USU Extension speicalst throught these online courses. 


We are Hiring!

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Utah State University Extension invites applications for a faculty position in the Home and Community Department. This is a 12-month, fiscal-year appointment. The estimated start date for this position is May 1, 2021.


Food, Health, & Wellness

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Learn more about resources USU Extension provides about food, health, and wellness.


 
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Sign up for the Summit County monthly newsletter for updates and programs provided by our office. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for frequent updates as well!


Create Better Health

Create Better Health

Create Better Health is here to provide nutrition information, tasty, low-cost, nutritious recipes, and tips on staying physically fit.




Home, Finance, & Relationships

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Learn more about resources USU Extension provides about home, finances, and relationships.



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Learn more about what USU Extension is and other resources USU offers.

Master Gardener

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Learn how the classes work, what will be taught, and how to sign up! Registration closed for 2021.

Monthly Gardening Tips

Gardening Tips

There is always something you can do for you garden!

Online Gardening Classes

Gardening ClassesChoose from a variety of yard and garden classes all avaliable online.

 

Gardening Podcast

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Listen to the gardening tips on the go!

Soil Care

Soil Care

Soil tests are a fantastic way to get a basis of what to do with your soil!

More Gardening Resources

Other Gardening Resourses

USU Extension's most valuable gardening resources!

 

Sam


Questions Regarding Your Garden?

Contact:

Elizabeth Cohen
elizabeth.cohen@usu.edu or 435-336-3216

Summit County Sockyards

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Summit County Stockyards are open to county residence. Call our office at 435-336-3217 to schedule a day and get a key. Summit County encourages a $.50 fee per head for using the stockyards.


 How can we help you?

How can we help you?

We would like to know how we can help you better! Please fill out this survey to let us know what we can provide for you to help you out.

 


Soil & Hay Probe

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Our soil and hay probe is open to county members to borrow. Please call the office at 435-336-3217 to schedule an appointment to borrow them. 

Newsletter

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Sign up for the Summit County monthly newsletter for updates and programs provided by our office. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for frequent updates as well!


Programs and Resources At Summit County Extension

Summit County

Learn more about current programs and classes we are offering taught from our office. 


Tax Issues For Weather Related Sales of Livestock
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A lot of the West is experiencing severe drought conditions and has been declared a disaster area by the Secretary of Agriculture.  Many producers may be making decisions about selling their livestock because of these conditions.  There are special tax provisions for sales of livestock more than normal because of weather conditions.  This webinar will provide the basic issues and allow participants to ask questions.  The webinar is free but requires registration.  

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://usu-edu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BnMIQmTVQCCj6teRw2vCIQ

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.  For questions, please contact Ruby Ward (ruby.ward@usu.edu).

 

Summit County Producers

Producers

Hey Summit County producers! We want to feature you in our monthly newsletters! Please call our office at 435-336-3217. We would love to get to know you and what you do!


 
Online Courses

Online Classes

Learn virtually from USU Extension speicalst throught these online courses. 



What is farmstress.us?

Farmstress

Funded by a USDA Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network grant, the Western Regional Agricultural Stress Assistance Program is composed of lead agencies representing 13 states and 4 territories. WRASAP recognizes that high levels of stress have been present in our agricultural communities. Causes include unstable finances, carrying the pressure of multigenerational farm lineage, injury, chronic/acute illness, adverse weather and climate change, and recent COVID-19 stressors. We want to make sure that you, your family, and people you work with have access to the resources needed, when they’re needed.

 

 



 


Elizabeth



Questions?

Contact:

Elizabeth Cohen
elizabeth.cohen@usu.edu or 435-336-3216

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435-657-3236

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(435)-336-3217

brena.valle@usu.edu

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