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Wasatch County Office

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

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

Agriculture is important in Wasatch County.  USU Extension has many programs to support agriculture, whether you are a full-time producer or hobby farmer.  We have to offer the following: click here

Small Acreage

USU Extension offers small acreage production consultations.  These help show producers resources available to them and teaches proper pasture care and maintenance.

Pasture Evaluations

Want someone to come take a look at your pasture?  We can help.  We are available to make planting recommendations, help with weed identification and control, and grazing management. Call the Wasatch County office at 435-657-3235 for more information.

Weeds

The Wasatch County has chemicals and equipment to help you get rid of noxious weeds. We can also diagnose weeds when you bring them in our office and make control recommendations. Call the Wasatch County office at 435-657-3235 for more information.

Horse and Livestock

Horse and livestock programming includes selected workshops as made available by the university.

Horse and livestock programming includes selected workshops as made available by the university. Wasatch County calendar or call the Wasatch County Office at 435-657-3235

Wasatch County Extension Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) provide education in areas that are important to the quality of life for children and adults, individuals and families including:

Registration information for 2021 4-H Summer Camps and Classes.

 

Youth must be registered as a 4-H member to sign up for any 4-H class.  4-H registration can be done at zsuite. The cost is $10 and can be paid with a credit card on that site.  Youth and volunteers must register every year.  The 4-H calendar year begins on September 1st each year.

After registering to become a 4-H member on zsuite, then youth can register for specific camps and classes.  Each child needs to register for classes separately on EventbritePlease use the child's name when registering, not the parent/guardian name.  


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Wasatch County Fair

Youth can enter exhibits in the Wasatch County Fair if they are between the ages of 8 (and completed the 3rd grade) and 18 years and are a registered member of 4-H. To register for 4-H, complete the registration zSuite.

To enter your exhibit item(s), drop them of at the Wasatch County Complex. 
Monday, August 2 for general entries. (9 am - 3 pm)
Tuesday, August 3 for baked goods (8 am - 9:30 am)
Thursday, August 4 for produce and floral (8 am - 9:30 am)

Fairbook 2021
Before entering your exhibits, look in the current Fairbook for information on updated Division, Class and Lot designations.

 

Teen Council

Are you in grades 6-12? Do you want to hang out with the coolest people in Wasatch County at awesome activities? Do you enjoy serving your community? How about having the opportunity to represent your county 4-H program at fairs, state 4-H contests, and national 4-H conferences? If any of those things sound appealing you should join one of our Teen Councils!  Teen Council is held the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the 4-H office.  Contact Wasatch 4-H for more information.

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4-H Horse Program

Horse 4-H is a great experience for youth!  Youth learn riding skills, responsibility, team work, and leadership, and have lots of fun!  It will increase confidence, responsibility, exercise and activity. Click here for more information. 

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4-H Virtual Fair 2020

Thank you to all of those who entered. The entries are amazing!

Gardening Resources

Questions Regarding Your Garden?

Contact: Maegen Lewis

maegen.lewis@usu.edu or 435-657-3236

USU Extension Wasatch County Contact Information

 

Wasatch County
Amy Defa
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Amy Defa

Program Coordinator | Wasatch County

(435)-657-3233

amy.defa@usu.edu

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Maegen Lewis
Maegen Lewis

Maegen Lewis

Extension Assistant Professor | Horticulture & Natural Resources | Wasatch & Summit Counties

435-657-3236

maegen.lewis@usu.edu

Patricia Mathis
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Patricia Mathis

Patricia Mathis

Extension Educator | Sewing and Textiles | Wasatch County

(435)-657-3234

patricia.mathis@usu.edu

Jacquie Thacker
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