Try these Banana Bread Waffle recipe found in the USU Extension calendar!
Summit County Office
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.
How We Can Help
USU Extension offers expertise and pertinent information specific to the needs of our county
What Summit County 4-H Offers:
If you need help with enrollment, visit the Utah 4-H Zsuite page.
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4-H Portfolio Information
4-H Portfolios are the combination of a resume and cover letter.
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 orSamantha.email@example.com.
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.
Home Family and Food
New Create Better Health Ambassador
Learn how the classes work, what will be taught, and how to sign up! Registration is open for 2022.
There is always something you can do for you garden!
Choose from a variety of yard and garden classes all avaliable online.
Listen to the gardening tips on the go!
Soil tests are a fantastic way to get a basis of what to do with your soil!
USU Extension's most valuable gardening resources!
Questions Regarding Your Garden
Contact: Maegen Lewis
firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-6573236
Summit County Sockyards
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.
HPIA was recently detected in chickens in Utah. Although it is not a danger to humans, it is very contagious and lethal in chickens. Infected wild waterfowl primarily spread the virus as they migrate and encounter open water sources and domestic waterfowl and poultry. Close contact with infected flock mates and contaminated water sources is the most likely infection source for backyard poultry. Avian influenza poses a significant danger to both backyard poultry and commercial operations in Utah. More information here.
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Learn more about current programs and classes we are offering taught from our office.
Learn virtually from USU Extension speicalst throught these online courses.
Soil & Hay Probe
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.
Little Red Books
Summit County Farm Bureau Agricultural Scholarship Application
The Summit County Bureau Board of Directors wishes to encourage agricultural careers. They are offering scholarships to graduating seniors within Summit County who are planning to pursue further education relating to agriculture.
Scholarship Application Found Here
Contact: Elizabeth Cohen
email@example.com or 435-336-3216
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