1. Blog Offers Tips For Better Living

    Sep. 13, 2017

    Published on September 6, 2017

    Wondering how to better manage stress? Want to learn more about how to budget your finances to make sure your money lasts longer? What about gluten free eating?

    Answers to these questions and more are available through the Live Smart Ohio website which offers a consumer blog written by professionals with Ohio State University Extension’s Family and Consumer Sciences that’s focused on promoting health and wellness statewide.

  2. 2017 Safe Food Handler Level 1 Employee Training

    Sep. 05, 2017

    ServeSafe® is the industry standard for food safety education. 

    Looking for food safety training?  Ohio State University Extension offers a four-hour ServSafe® Safe Food Handler Level I employee class in Dayton at the OSU Extension Office on the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Dayton. 

    Safe Food Handler employee training is appropriate for employees who prepare and serve food, whether it is in a church, food pantry, food bank, child care center, child care home, Head Start, restaurant, or festival.

  3. SNAP-Ed Program Making an Impact

    Jun. 21, 2017

    Dayton Ohio's Tumbling Tots Family Education Center preschool students in their SNAP‑Ed Garden. With the guidance of Director Kisha Tyree, they started green bean and cucumber seeds, journaled their progress and planted them in the garden along with other seedlings. All this was part of the SNAP‑Ed Eat Play Grow program with Katie Schroeder, SNAP‑Ed Program Assistant in Montgomery County. You can see by the smiles on their faces that they really enjoyed the project and are looking forward to the harvest!

  4. 2017 Successful Co-Parenting Classes

    Dec. 29, 2016

    Now available!  A seminar to help co-parents understand how their children (infants through teens) are affected by changes and stress in the home. Child care will not be provided (please make arrangements).

    2017 Dates & Times:

  5. Living History Informational Meeting

    Sep. 19, 2016

    Looking for a project that will help to learn about and enjoy history? Then check out the 4-H Living History project! You'll not only learn about a specific time period of your choice, but you'll develop a persona that will help to bring your research to life for others. This project also makes a great addition to homeschool social studies curricula!

    Enrollement: Although Ohio 4-H requires that Living History must be taken with a certified instructor, you can enroll for the project though your own 4-H club OR through the Mont./Preble Co. Shooting Sports Club.

  6. Want To Join 4-H?

    Nov. 25, 2014

    What do 4-Hers do?

    Attend club meetings in their community, complete at least one project per year, conduct their own meetings, decide their own club activities, help their community, work with adult advisors and other kids to "make the best better" and have lots of FUN.

    How much does 4-H cost?

  7. Conversations on the Future of Extension

    Sep. 22, 2014

    Celebrating the significant accomplishments and deep impact that OSU Extension has had on communities and in the lives of Ohioans provides a great springboard for the future. A significant component of Ohio’s celebration in 2014 will be a year-long process focused on our future. The primary work this year will center on futuring – asking questions about and envisioning the long-term future of OSU Extension as well as the role the organization should play in shaping and positively impacting Ohio and Ohio residents.

  8. Smith-Lever Act Centennial Celebration

    Mar. 06, 2014

    The 100-year anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act, which officially created the national Cooperative Extension System, will be celebrated in 2014. Activities this year will highlight our past and focus on the current application of Cooperative Extension’s mission and vision as we move into our next century.