1. OSU Vegetable Workshop Series

    Apr. 14, 2016

    OSU Extension, Sandusky County along with North Central Agricultural Research Station will be hosting a Vegetable Workshop Series, the 2nd Thursday of each month: April - October.  The workshop will begin at 7:00am with a catered breakfast and industry updates, followed with a featured guest speaker and ending with a field walk and networking. The events will be held at the NCARS office. No RSVP needed and no cost to attend. Please see attached flyer for more details.

  2. Farm Business Transition Workshop

    Feb. 03, 2016

    This two session workshop, which will be held April 6 and 13, 2016, is structured to help farm families develop a succession plan for their farm business.  Attend and learn ways to increase family communication and strategies to successfully transfer management skills and the farm’s business assets from one generation to the next.  This workshop will challenge farm families to actively plan for the future of the farm business.  There will be work and conversations that should take place between the two sessions that will help move the farm forward in the process of farm transition and...

  3. Ohio Pipeline Meeting Notice

    Nov. 18, 2015

    The effects of Ohio’s unprecedented oil and gas boom will be seen far beyond the 1,600 horizontal wells now dotting the landscape in eastern Ohio.  Authorities say the pipelines that will crisscross the state and other new infrastructure required to make use of the state’s newfound energy riches will likely have a presence in every county in the Buckeye State.  In addition, solar, wind and other alternative sources of energy have become a strong presence in some parts of the state in recent years.

  4. Thank You Communities Foundation

    Nov. 13, 2015

    We would like to thank the Sandusky County Communities Foundation for their funds and support of the Cooking Matters program that will begin to take shape over the coming months. We appreciate your support of Ohio State University Extension programs!
    Cooking Matters is a six lesson program that teaches low income individuals cooking skills, basic nutrition, and low cost shopping skills. Look for more information in the coming months.

  5. Pressure Canner Testing Day

    Aug. 07, 2015

    Need to have your pressure canner gauge tested? We can do that! The first drop in date for canner testing is Tuesday August 11th from 9-12. There is a cost of $5 per lid tested.  Please contact the office for more information, or email Katie LaPlant at Can't make the date?

  6. Take the $10 Local Foods Challenge

    Aug. 06, 2015

    Join us for Ohio Local Foods Week August 9-15! During this week we are encouraging people to take the pledge to commit to spending at least $10 on local foods. To learn more about the challenge and to take the pledge click here. For more information on Ohio Local Foods week and other ways to support local growers visit

  7. 4-H Judging Results 2016

    Jul. 16, 2015

    Results for the 2016 4-H Pre-Fair Judging held on July 12th will be posted soon.  Please click the links below to view the results.

    Project Placings
    State Competition Selection (State Fair and Other) 
    Trophy Winners

    Congratulations to all of our 4-H members on a job well done!

  8. Food Preservation Workshop

    Jul. 16, 2015

    Join Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Educator Katie LaPlant for a Food Preservation Workshop. The workshop will be held on Wednesday July 29th from 6-8pm at the Sandusky County Health Department conference room. This is a FREE event for those who are new to preservation or who want a refresher. Registration is not required, but appreciated. Please call the office at 419-334-6340 or email Katie LaPlant at to register.

  9. SNAP-Ed and Master Gardeners Partner with WSOS for Gardening

    Jun. 05, 2015

    Our SNAP-Ed Program Assistants and Master Gardeners are doing with great work with community gardening at WSOS Stricker Center. See article

  10. Teen Tractor Safety Training and Certification Course

    May. 21, 2015

    OSU Extension, along with the Clyde High School Vocational Agriculture program will be offering a tractor safety training and certification course this summer, at the Ohio State University’s North Central Agricultural Research Station on 53 just south of Fremont.  The course will take place June 8, 9 and 10 from 8 a.m. to noon, with additional independent study hours for the students on the first two days.