Newsletter and Publications
CURRENT BANNOCK COUNTY NEWSLETTER
University of Idaho Extension’s newsletter for Bannock County is published quarterly. To subscribe (free), please e-mail your mailing address to email@example.com or call (208) 236-7311. Our newsletters are now available, click on the subject you are interested in. All letters are in pdf form.
HORTICULTURE & MASTER GARDENER
- Growing Food on Your Windowsill
- Planting Vegetables and Using Soil Temperatures
- Everyday Gardening School Being Offered
- Bannock County Extension Horticulture
FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES
- Did you remember February is Heart-Health Month?
- Strong Women Stay young in McCammon in March!
- Artisan Bread Classes Available Now
- Physical Activity in Older Adults
- Artisan Bread Recipe
4-H AND YOUTH
- 2013 4-H Calendar
- Upcoming 4-H Youth Development Programs
- T.A.L.K Retreat
- Enrollment Deadlines
- 4-H Animal Projects, weight in dates and limits
- 4-H Livewire Robotics and much much more!
EXPANDED FOOD & NUTRITION EXTENSION PROGRAMS
- March is National Nutrition Month
- Eat Right, Your Way, Everyday
University of Idaho
University of Extension offers hundreds of publications online, many of them free to download and others available at cost. Find them online through the Extension Publishing Catalog.
- Programs & People Magazine, published yearly by the University of Idaho Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), highlights college and UI Extension research, programs, students, faculty, and distinguished alums.
- AgKnowledge, single-page reports on University of Idaho and UI Extension programs to Idaho Legislators and County Commissioners. They are printed weekly while Idaho’s Legislature is in session each January through March.
- News Releases, from the University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) are searchable and archived by date.
- Complete Guide to Home Canning is now available online—an excellent source for home canning vegetables, meats and poultry; also wonderful recipes for jams, jellies, pie fillings tomato, tomato products and other popular foods. Remember when canning at home use only USDA approved recipes.