1. January February Extension Newsletter

    Jan. 04, 2023

    The Coorerative -  Harrison County's January/February's Extension Newsletter

  2. Harrison County 4-H Shooting Sports '22-23 Schedule

    Oct. 19, 2022

    Harrison County 4-H Shooting Sports '22-23 Schedule

  3. 2022 Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF)

    Jun. 16, 2022

    Dear Harrison County Exhibitors,

    All youth exhibitors with the intent to bring market animals to the 2022 Harrison County Fair must complete and submit an online Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF). A copy to the link is below. Please complete the form(s) for each of your animals by Sunday, June 19th, 2022. For any questions pertaining to the DUNF form, please contact the Harrison County Extension office at (740) 942-8823 or email Caity Romshak at

  4. 2022 Harrison County Camp

    May. 26, 2022

    Batten Down the Hatches! There Be Pirates On These Shores!! 

    Harrison County 4-H Camp 2022

    Explorer's Camp:  July 13th - 14th
    Jr. Camp:  July 13th - 17th

    Camp Registration Packet


  5. Jefferson & Harrison Beef Quality Assurance Certification

    Nov. 23, 2021

    Wednesday, December 1st 7-8:30 pm at the Harrison County Fairgrounds Commercial Building

    Pre-registration is required.  Call 740-461-6136 to register for this certification training.  

    For complete detail BQA Brochure

  6. Join the Harrison County 4-H Program

    Aug. 30, 2021

    The answer is YES! Harrison County 4-H is open to all youth who love "learning by doing." 4-H creates a positive, accepting atmosphere that encourages our youth to get physically involved in the learning process-- and each experience is different!  One thing is certain: EVERYONE is welcomed and accepted in our 4-H Program!

    For more information:  Harrison County 4-H Club Brochure

  7. Unsolicited Seed Collection

    Jul. 30, 2020

    ***UPDATE - UNSOLICITED SEEDS: If you have received unsolicited packets of seeds with Chinese writing on the label, please don't open them, plant them or throw them out! Our office is now serving as a drop off location for ODA for these seeds. Stop by during office hours to submit samples - please call ahead to confirm an appointment. See the press release below for more information...


    The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) is asking Ohioans to please send in unsolicited seeds.


    Jun. 29, 2020

    The temporary online trainings during the COVID-19 Pandemic allow applicators and fertilizer certificate holders to meet their continuing education requirements.

  9. Leasing Your Land for Shale & Solar Webinars

    May. 29, 2020

    Across the state of Ohio, landowners are receiving offers to lease their property for the development of oil and natural gas wells, pipelines or utility-scale solar projects. While the state is regionally divided between the two, with shale development primarily occurring on the eastern side of the state and solar development being concentrated in southwestern Ohio (with some exceptions), the questions about legal agreements, construction and oversight of both are similar.

  10. Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Available for Farms

    May. 29, 2020

    COVID-19 has hit the agricultural industry hard.  Market prices for major commodities have fallen sharply since COVID-19 reached the United States back in early January.  Milk and cattle prices have declined over 25 percent and corn and hog prices are down 19%. At one time during the pandemic, these prices had dropped over 40 percent.  Early projections suggest total net farm income could be down 20% or more over in 2020.