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AGRO-TERRORISM…Preparing emergency personnel and officials in the event of an agro-terrorism attack was the focus of an exercise held at UK’s Animal Research Farm in Woodford County.

  EDEN SHALE 50TH ANNIVERSARY…UK’s Eden Shale Research Farm in Northern Kentucky celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. A field day and celebration was held to mark the event and honor the two men who have been the only managers of the farm in its 50 year history.
UKREC FIELD DAY…It’s time for UK’s Research and Education Center at Princeton in Western Kentucky to holds its biennial field day, July 28. It’s always a big event with something to offer every family member. Extension Today On The Air previews this year’s program schedule.

BASKET WORKSHOP…For tens years now, people have been gathering at the Kentucky Leadership Center for the Bluegrass Area Homemakers BasketmakersWorkshop. The workshop has a national reputation for attracting the best teachers and participants from all over the United States.

KOOLSVILLE…You won’t find Koolsville on any map, but the made-up community did exist for a week in Northern Kentucky. 9-to-12 year olds created Koolsville in a Mini-Society Project at the Boone County Extension Office.


  EFNEP-PAT BIGGERSTAFF…Making sure families have enough to eat of the right kinds of food is the goal of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, or EFNEP. This month we introduce you to a Bell County woman who has grown vegetables from seed given to her through EFNEP and how she shares what she produces with others. 

THOMAS D. CLARK…Kentucky’s Historian Laureate Thomas Clark passed away recently just weeks shy of his 102nd birthday. Extension Today honors the life and contributions of Clark who was a true state treasure.

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