Join this nationwide effort to spread the word about year-round enrollment in Medicaid and CHIP! It’s so easy! Download and share Campaign materials with families. These print materials are available in multiple languages and can be customized with your organization’s information for free.
Cooperative Extension and the City of Henderson have collaborated to bring the Family Storyteller program to the Whitney Ranch Recreation Center. Please call or go online to register.
A young girl enjoys a fresh Plout!
The fruit available this week at the Research Center & Demonstration Orchard include: pluots, plums, peaches Asian pears and JuJubes. Stop by and get some local fruit. Hours of operation are Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 8 am till noon. Call the Master Gardener Help Desk at 702-257-5555 for address and directions or visit/like the Facebook page.
Dried plant materials provide distinctive indoor decoration. Arrangements made from dried materials are long-lasting and require little care. Drying flowers and foliage expands gardening activities without elaborate equipment or previous experience. Drying flowers is inexpensive. University of Missouri has a great fact sheet on the process of drying flowers!
The Junior Master Gardener program offers a great learning experience!
Searching for fun, educational activities for your children this fall? Check out Cooperative Extension’s Junior Master Gardener™ program. Beginning in September, your child can experience hands-on gardening activities while learning about plants, water, soil, veggies and more, with an end product they can eat! In addition, your child can learn leadership skills, service, safety with tools, community service and much more from this 4-H program.
JMG community service project at Robert Taylor School Cactus Gardens.
For more information and to register, please visit our website!