North Dakota State University www.ag.ndsu.edu Crops Family-Youth-4-H Economics-Community-Leadership Home-Lawn-Garden-Trees Environment-Natural Resources Energy Livestock Nutrition-Food Safety-Health
Event:
ND 4-H Adventure Camp III

Adventure Camp III is for ages 8-12 and you do not need to be enrolled in 4-H to attend!

• Engage in 4-H Activities: Experience what it’s like to be a 4-Her! From shooting sports to engineering and healthy living, experience adventure and learn new life skills.
• Create with Arts and Crafts: Explore your creative abilities and express yourself.
• Have fun with Recreation: Large group games will keep you involved with the other campers for lots of fun!
• Explore Nature: Explore the many natural wonders around camp on our new nature trails. Animal tracks, birds, and trees along the Missouri River provide a wonderful outdoor classroom.

Fee: $200 Early Bird $225 Regular

Date:June 22 - July 26, 2014
City:Washburn, ND
Contact:
Haylie Ironroad

Phone: 701-231-7974
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: haylie.ironroad@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
North Dakota State Fair

Static exhibits entered on July 14-15, Project Expo/Clothing Revue July

Date:July 18 - 26, 2014
City:Minot, ND
Contact:
Katie Tyler or Dean aakre

Phone: 701-857-7677 or 231-8595
E-mail: katherine.tyler@ndsu.edu or dean.aakre@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndstatefair.com/
Event:
Military Youth Camp II

This camp is sponsored by Operation: Military Kids and is intended only for youth who are members of military families.

• Youth will strengthen their leadership and problem-solving skills while completing action-packed activities.
• Deployment support resiliency curriculum will be intertwined with traditional camp activities.
• Campers will form life long bonds with other military youth.
• Campers will develop self-confidence, communication and stress-management skills through team building activities such as friendly competitions, water fun, mud pit action and much more.

Fee: $200 Early Bird $225 Regular (Youth are responsible for paying $70 for Early bird or $90 for Regular, remainder funded through a Department of Defense Deployment Support Camp Grant)

Date:July 27 - 31, 2014
City:Washburn, ND
Contact:
Haylie Ironroad

Phone: 701-231-7974
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: haylie.ironroad@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
Military Youth Camp I

This camp is sponsored by Operation: Military Kids and is intended only for youth who are members of military families.

• Youth will grow in areas such as self-confidence, problem-solving, and stress-management through adult-led activities.
• Campers will form life long bonds with other military youth.
• Deployment support resiliency curriculum will be intertwined with traditional camp activities.
Campers will develop leadership, cooperation and communication skills through team building activities such as friendly competitions, water fun, mud pit action and much more.

Fee: $200 Early Bird $225 Regular (Youth are responsible for paying $70 for Early bird or $90 for Regular, remainder funded through a Department of Defense Deployment Support Camp Grant)

Date:July 27 - 31, 2014
City:Washburn, ND
Contact:
Haylie Ironroad

Phone: 701-231-7974
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: haylie.ironroad@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
Grand Forks County Small Grain, Soybean and Corn Variety Plot Tour

4:00 pm Arrive at Chuck Nelson Farms
4:15 pm Tour small grain varieties (wheat and barley)
5:20 pm Tour soybean varieties from several different seed companies
6:20 pm Tour corn varieties
6:45 pm Move to Nelson Shop for supper
7:00 pm Supper – sponsored by AgCountry Farm Credit Services, Grand Forks

Date:July 30, 2014
City:Grand Forks, ND
Contact:
Michael Knudson

Phone: 701-780-8229
Fax: 701-780-8309
E-mail: michael.d.knudson@ndsu.edu
Event:
4-H Land Judging - Tentative

The State 4-H and FFA Land Evaluation Contest is open to all youth 8-18 years old. It is important for contestants to be competent in three skills; texturing, estimating slope, and determining the depth of surface and subsurface horizons.

The four age divisions are:
•Junior 4-H Division – must be enrolled in 4-H in the county you represent and be age 8-13 on September 1st (13 year olds may judge in either 4-H division).
•Senior 4-H Division – must be enrolled in 4-H in the county you represent and be age 13-18 on September 1st (13 year-olds may judge in either 4-H division).
•FFA Division.
•Open division for youth 8-18 and not eligible for one of the other divisions.

4-H team scores will be determined from the top three individual scores from a county team. There is no limit as to number of participants a county may enter. Up to 3 counties may join to make a team provided that none of the counties involved have 3 or more members in that age division.

Members of past winning 4-H teams (senior division) or members of teams that have participated in a national 4-H land judging contest are not eligible.

Date:July 31, 2014
City:TBD, ND
Contact:
Dean Aakre

Phone: 701-231-8595
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: dean.aakre@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/programs_events/state_4_h_contests/croplandrange_judging/#c54690
Event:
Applications Due for 4-H National Congress & Conference

The National 4-H Congress is a 5-day conference for youth ages 15-19 held in Atlanta, GA.

Delegates will
•meet other 4-H members from around the country and share ideas;
•participate in workshops designed to develop leadership skills;
•experience service learning with hands-on projects; and
•have opportunities to tour Atlanta.

The National 4-H Conference is a week-long program for youth ages 15-19 held at the National 4-H Center near Washington, DC.

In addition to strengthening leadership skills, the purpose of the National 4-H Conference is to:
•become familiar with government;
•meet with state and national leaders;
•develop skills such as adaptability, team building and communications; and
•give 4-H members a voice in the national 4-H program.

Date:August 1, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Natalie Singman

Phone: 701-231-7259
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: natalie.singman@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/programs_events/national_trip_opportunities/
Event:
Party on the Prairie: Proving Up the Welk Homestead

Volunteers needed August 1st – 3rd
Clarence Hertz will be leading a work crew to reinforce rafters,
work on roof and replace flooring in the barn. Contact Dr. Tom Isern Tel 701-799-2942 to assist in this rewarding project
Pioneer Heritage will be making improvements to the site and
could use help with … Contact Kevin Gabriel at 701-336-7222 if you
can take part.
Free sausage, knoepla and sauerkraut dinner Saturday evening
Musical entertainment by Tom Isern,Victor Wald and other talents
Artist Lorraine Ehley, will present a painting class at the site from 2-4
p.m. Saturday, August 2nd. Participants will complete an 11” x 15” watercolor
painting of a barn. Cost is $30. Contact Emmons County Extension to sign up: 701-254-4811.

Date:August 1 - 3, 2014
City:North of Strasburg, ND
Contact:
Carmen Rath-Wald

Phone: 701.754.2504
Fax: 701.754.2986
E-mail: carmen.rath.wald@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://germanrussiancountry/
Event:
National 4-H Film Festival

The National FilmFest 4-H event will take place August 3-6, 2014 in St. Louis,
MO. It is an event where youth can submit videos into the national contest,
participate in learning sessions from nationally known videographers, and meet
other youth from across the United States.

Date:August 3 - 6, 2014
City:St. Louis, MO
Contact:
Linda Hauge

Phone: 701-231-7964
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: linda.hauge@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
SE District Meeting

Annual fall district meeting for all agents in the SE District

Date:August 5, 2014
City:Valley City, ND
Contact:
Ron Wiederholt

Phone: 701.231.7171
E-mail: ron.wiederholt@ndsu.edu
Event:
State 4-H/FFA Land Judging Contest
Date:August 7, 2014
City:Park River area, ND
Contact:
David Franzen or Dean Aakre

Phone: 231-8884 or 231-8595
E-mail: david.franzen@ndsu.edu or dean.aakre@ndsu.edu
Event:
4-H Trap Shooting Event

Trap will be held Saturday, August 9 at Capital City Gun Club in Bismarck

Date:August 9, 2014
City:Bismarck, ND
Contact:
Karla Meikle

Phone: 701-667-3340
E-mail: karla.meikle@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
Sporting Clays and Skeet

Sporting Clays and Skeet will be held August 9 & 10 at the Capital City Sporting Clays.

Date:August 9 - 10, 2014
City:Bismarck, ND
Contact:
Karla Meikle

Phone: 701-667-3340
E-mail: karla.meikle@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
Summer Shooting Sports Event

The Summer Shooting Sports event will be held August 9 & 10 in Bismarck.

Date:August 9 - 10, 2014
City:Bismarck, ND
Contact:
Karla Meikle

Phone: 701-231-3340
E-mail: karla.meikle@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
Nutrient Management Day

Annual compost and manure field day held at the Carrington Research Extension Center.

Date:August 12, 2014
City:Carrington, ND
Contact:
Mary Berg

Phone: 701-652-2951
E-mail: mary.berg@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/lem
Event:
4-H Fall Training

More information to come!

Date:August 13, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Sharon Query

Phone: 701-231-5923
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: sharon.query@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
Science Boot Camp with Steve Spangler

Steve Spangler the nationally known science educator will present a Hands-on Science Boot Camp in Fargo on August 14, 2014. More information to come!

Date:August 14, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Linda Hauge

Phone: 701-231-7251
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: linda.hauge@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
New2Ext Lync Chat for FCS Agents

For ALL FCS Agents!
A 1:30 pm Lync Chat to roll out of the New2Ext campaign to engage people new to North Dakota to NDSU Extension and the FCS resources.

Date:August 19, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Lori Scharmer

Phone: 701-857-7682
E-mail: lori.scharmer@ndsu.edu
Event:
ND 4-H Foundation Clover Classic Golf Tournament

•Join the fun and support North Dakota 4-H at our annual Clover Classic Golf Benefit.
•The tournament is mixed, best ball scramble hosted by the North Dakota 4-H Foundation and our tournament sponsors.
•Registration and sponsorship information available in April

Date:August 19, 2014
City:Oxbow, ND
Contact:
Alice Amundson

Phone: 701-231-7280
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: alice.amundson@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/4_h_foundation/fundraising_events/
Event:
7 Habits of Highly Effective People

This program has a strong emphasis on effectiveness in the workplace. Based on the best-selling business book by the same name, this three-day workshop experience provides the foundation to strengthen the human side of performance at the personal, managerial, and organizational levels. The content helps build a stronger Extension organization by strengthening and exercising the character and competence of the individual employee.

It is important to indicate your interest and depending upon enrollment numbers, participants will be notified of their selection.

To register, click on web page below.

Date:August 20 - 22, 2014
City:Bismarck, ND
Contact:
Jodi Bruns

E-mail: jodi.bruns@ndsu.edu
Web site: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1c8h6cYDnIrNviLMF2YbtftXBdIm2eIofPbLbb-d97mY/viewform?edit_requested=true
Event:
NPPGA Field Day

Potato field day will start at 7:00 AM at Larimore, ND at Carl Hoverson Farm. At noon a lunch will be held at Forest River Colony, near Inkster, ND. The twilight tour will start at 6:00 PM at the Oberg near Hoople, ND.

Date:August 21, 2014
City:Larimore, ND
Contact:
Andy Robinson

Phone: 701.231.8732
E-mail: andrew.p.robinson@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/potatoextension
Event:
Register for New 4-H Year
Date:September 1, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Haylie Ironroad

Phone: 701-231-7251
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: haylie.ironroad@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
Livestock In Service

Livestock In Service for NDSU Staff

Location TBD

Date:September 3 - 4, 2014
City:Location TBD
Contact:
Lisa Pederson

Phone: 701.328.9718
E-mail: lisa.pederson@ndsu.edu
Event:
Parents Forever

Whether you are married and seeking divorce or never married but now separating, the impact on your child(ren) is significant. Research indicates that traumatic and/or stressful events can affect children as young as one year old. Parents want to do their best to minimize the negative impact and keep their children from getting in the middle of the conflict between the parents.

Parents Forever™ is an education program developed by University of Minnesota Extension based on the research about the effects of divorce on children. Research on program effectiveness was conducted by the NDSU Extension Service. Parents Forever™ has been taught by NDSU Extension Agents for more than 10 years.

Date:September 8, 2014
City:Jamestown, ND
Contact:
Christina Rittenbach

Phone: 701-252-9030
Fax: 701-251-2969
E-mail: christina.rittenbach@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.parentsforevernd.org/
Event:
Parents Forever

Transition program for parents as they continue to parent together through a divorce or separation, and for never-married parents when they decide to parent apart.
Parents Forever is a research-based educational program to help parents through the process of making informed, child-supportive decisions during transition, resulting in healthy children and positive parent-child relationships.

Date:September 16, 2014
City:Grand Forks, ND
Contact:
Molly Soeby

Phone: 701-780-8229
Fax: 701-780-8309
E-mail: molly.soeby@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/grandforkscountyextension
Event:
The Nurtured Heart Approach for All Children

Speakers Lisa Bravo and Nicole Weisz. 0.5 CEU for general, counseling and social work.

Date:September 17, 2014
City:Grand Forks, ND
Contact:
Molly Soeby

Phone: 701-780-8229
Fax: 701-780-8309
E-mail: molly.soeby@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/grandforkscountyextension
Event:
4-H Range Judging - Tentative

Range judging is learning to “read” the range to make proper management decisions.

Contestants learn to:
•recognize the components of the range resource,
•evaluate the ecosystem’s current condition,
•develop management practices to improve the ecosystem, and
•develop better understanding of the plant communities.

Learning to judge range provides effective tools that are used to manage the range resource. The objective of the contest is to teach participants some basic principles of range ecology, including soil-plant interaction, plant-animal interaction and plant succession.

Date:September 20, 2014
City:TBD, ND
Contact:
Dean Aakre

Phone: 701-231-8595
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: dean.aakre@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/programs_events/state_4_h_contests/croplandrange_judging/#c60370
Event:
Gear-Tech Training

Please join the Center for 4-H for a hands-on experiences with Robotics, GPS and GIS.

The training has been scheduled the day before Fall Extension conference, September 29, in the Memorial Union at NDSU. The training will be from 1 – 8 p.m. There will be a $10 charge for the training.

Date:September 29, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Linda Hauge

Phone: 701-231-7964
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: linda.hauge@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
2014 Extension / REC Fall Conference
Date:September 30 - October 3, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Linda McCaw

Phone: 231-7881
Fax: 231-7044
E-mail: linda.mccaw@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/conferences/
Event:
National 4-H Week

More information to come!

Date:October 5 - 11, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Natalie Singman

Phone: 701-231-7259
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: natalie.singman@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
4-H National Youth Science Day

More information to come!

Date:October 8, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Linda Hauge

Phone: 701-231-7964
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: linda.hauge@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
Ambassador Applications Due

Ambassadors are a group of young adults ages 16 to 22 who work to help North Dakota 4-H. The Ambassadors do many things. Here is a sample of the duties of the Ambassadors:

1.Enhance and promote the North Dakota 4-H Youth program with state and county Extension staff and 4-H volunteers.
2.Act as an advisor for 4-H youth ideas and concerns.
3.Create awareness of opportunities for older youth in 4-H.
4.Assist in the planning and organizing of the North Dakota State Extension Youth Conference, and other state functions.
5.Provide 4-H Ambassadors as resource people throughout the state by county or individual request.

There are many different activities within the Ambassador program including:
• working at the North Dakota State Fair;
• organizing and presenting the ND State Extension Youth Conference;
•volunteering, attending, and planning retreats;
•travel and much more.

Date:October 15, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Holly Halvorson

Phone: 701-231-9218
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: holly.halvorson@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/programs_events/4_h_ambassadors/
Event:
Southwest District Extension Conference

Professional Development for Agents in the Southwest District, held at Comfort Suites in Bismarck.

Date:October 21 - 22, 2014
City:Bismarck, ND
Contact:
Gerald Sturn

Phone: 328-9715
Fax: 328-9721
E-mail: gerald.sturn@ndsu.edu
Event:
Northwest District Extension Conference

Professional Development for Agents in the Northwest District, held at Staybridge Suites in Minot.

Date:October 22 - 23, 2014
City:Minot, ND
Contact:
Mike Hanson

Phone: 328-9715
Fax: 328-9721
E-mail: michael.e.hanson@ndsu.edu
Event:
National 4-H Salute to Excellence 4-H Volunteer Awards Due
Date:November 1, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Rachelle Vettern

Phone: 701-231-7541
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: rachelle.vettern@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
4-H Volunteer Project Training

The NDSU Center for 4-H Youth Development staff created this training to help you identify and implement projects that create fun learning experiences for all 4-H members.

Join us for an evening to improve your skills as a volunteer or staff member helping youth on their own 4-H journey!

LOCATION: Langdon Research Extension Center
TIME: 5:30-8:30 PM
COST: $5

Date:November 3, 2014
City:Langdon, ND
Contact:
Natalie Singman

Phone: 701-231-7259
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: natalie.singman@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/volunteers/
Event:
4-H Volunteer Project Training

The NDSU Center for 4-H Youth Development staff created this training to help you identify and implement projects that create fun learning experiences for all 4-H members.

Join us for an evening to improve your skills as a volunteer or staff member helping youth on their own 4-H journey!

LOCATION: Richardton School
TIME: 5:30-8:30 PM
COST: $5

Date:November 12, 2014
City:Richardton, ND
Contact:
Natalie Singman

Phone: 701-231-7259
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: natalie.singman@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/volunteers/
Event:
Phase Two Orientation: Building Strong and Effective Programs

This workshop is designed for extension agents who have joined the NDSU Extension Service in the last five years. Becoming an effective Extension agent requires one to provide relevant programs that meet the needs of your clients. This workshop will offer insight regarding character traits of a successful Extension agent, methods to gather citizen input, outline the program planning team process, share effective evaluations, and describe tips for writing relevant Impact Reports. In addition, you will learn skills to strengthen teamwork, manage conflict, and improve communications in the county office.

Date:November 12 - 14, 2014
City:Fargo, ND, ND
Contact:
Deb Gebeke

Phone: 701-231-7179
Fax: 701-231-5045
E-mail: debra.gebeke@ndsu.edu
Event:
4-H Volunteer Project Training

The NDSU Center for 4-H Youth Development staff created this training to help you identify and implement projects that create fun learning experiences for all 4-H members.

Join us for an evening to improve your skills as a volunteer or staff member helping youth on their own 4-H journey!

LOCATION: Lisbon School
TIME: 5:30-8:30 PM
COST: $5

Date:November 13, 2014
City:Lisbon, ND
Contact:
Natalie Singman

Phone: 701-231-7259
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: natalie.singman@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/volunteers/
Event:
4-H Volunteer Project Training

More information to come.

Date:November 17, 2014
City:Carrington, ND
Contact:
Rachelle Vettern

Phone: 701-231-7541
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: rachelle.vettern@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/
Event:
4-H Volunteer Project Training

The NDSU Center for 4-H Youth Development staff created this training to help you identify and implement projects that create fun learning experiences for all 4-H members.

Join us for an evening to improve your skills as a volunteer or staff member helping youth on their own 4-H journey!

LOCATION: Carrington Research Extension Center
TIME: 6:00-9:00 PM
COST: $5

Date:November 17, 2014
City:Carrington, ND
Contact:
Natalie Singman

Phone: 701-231-7259
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: natalie.singman@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/volunteers/
Event:
Parents Forever

Transition program for parents as they continue to parent together through a divorce or separation, and for never-married parents when they decide to parent apart.
Parents Forever is a research-based educational program to help parents through the process of making informed, child-supportive decisions during transition, resulting in healthy children and positive parent-child relationships.

Date:November 18, 2014
City:Grand Forks, ND
Contact:
Molly Soeby

Phone: 701-780-8229
Fax: 701-780-8309
E-mail: molly.soeby@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/grandforkscountyextension
Event:
New Staff Orientation

Orientation for New Extension Staff

Date:November 18 - 20, 2014
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Kris Holt

Phone: 701-231-9688
Fax: 701-231-5045
E-mail: kris.holt@ndsu.edu
Event:
HDFS Quarterly Lync meeting

HDFS meeting via Lync 1:00-2:00pm

Date:November 19, 2014
City:Fargo - via Lync, ND
Contact:
Cindy Selstedt

Phone: 231-8652
E-mail: cynthia.selstedt@ndsu.edu
Event:
National 4-H Congress

The National 4-H Congress is a 5-day conference for youth ages 15-19 held in Atlanta, GA.

Delegates will
•meet other 4-H members from around the country and share ideas;
•participate in workshops designed to develop leadership skills;
•experience service learning with hands-on projects; and
•have opportunities to tour Atlanta.

Applications are due August 1st.

Date:November 29 - December 3, 2014
City:Atlanta, GA, GA
Contact:
Rachelle Vettern

Phone: 701-7541
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: rachelle.vettern@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/programs_events/national_trip_opportunities/national_4_h_congress/
Event:
Parents Forever

Whether you are married and seeking divorce or never married but now separating, the impact on your child(ren) is significant. Research indicates that traumatic and/or stressful events can affect children as young as one year old. Parents want to do their best to minimize the negative impact and keep their children from getting in the middle of the conflict between the parents.

Parents Forever™ is an education program developed by University of Minnesota Extension based on the research about the effects of divorce on children. Research on program effectiveness was conducted by the NDSU Extension Service. Parents Forever™ has been taught by NDSU Extension Agents for more than 10 years.

Date:December 1 - 4, 2014
City:Jamestown, ND
Contact:
Christina Rittenbach

Phone: 701-252-9030
Fax: 701-251-2969
E-mail: christina.rittenbach@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.parentsforevernd.org/
Event:
Basic 4-H Training
Date:December 3 - 4, 2014
City:Carrington, ND
Contact:
Natalie Singman

Phone: 701-231-7259
Fax: 701-231-8568
E-mail: natalie.singman@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/staff_resources/4_h_staff_training/
Event:
Advanced Crop Advisers Workshop
Date:February 10 - 11, 2015
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Greg Endres

Event:
Eastern Crop & Pest Management School

The school is designed for individuals who will be scouting crops for pest and production problems. The program has multiple components to teach the basics in weed, disease and insect identification and scouting procedures, plus hands-on sessions devoted to important pest and production issues for major crops in the region. The school helps prepare individuals to be successful field scouts, and will update agricultural professionals on research and crop production recommendations for major crops grown in North Dakota.

Speakers include NDSU state and area Extension specialists and North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station faculty. Reference materials will be provided.

For further information about the content of this program, contact Darla Bakko in the Plant Pathology Department at (701) 231-8866 or email darla.bakko@ndsu.edu

Date:February 24 - 25, 2015
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Darla Bakko

Phone: 701-231-8866
Fax: 701-231-7851
E-mail: darla.bakko@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extplantpath/events
Event:
HDFS, 4-H, HNES Spring Training
Date:April 14 - 17, 2015
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Cindy Selstedt

Phone: 701-231-8652
E-mail: cynthia.selstedt@ndsu.edu
Event:
Advanced Crop Advisers Workshop
Date:February 9 - 10, 2016
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Greg Endres

Event:
Crop & Pest Management School

The school is designed for individuals who will be scouting crops for pest and production problems. The program has multiple components to teach the basics in weed, disease and insect identification and scouting procedures, plus hands-on sessions devoted to important pest and production issues for major crops in the region. The school helps prepare individuals to be successful field scouts, and will update agricultural professionals on research and crop production recommendations for major crops grown in North Dakota.

Speakers include NDSU state and area Extension specialists and North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station faculty. Reference materials will be provided.

For further information about the content of this program, contact Darla Bakko in the Plant Pathology Department at (701) 231-8866 or email darla.bakko@ndsu.edu

Date:February 23 - 24, 2016
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Darla Bakko

Phone: 701-231-8866
Fax: 701-231-7851
E-mail: darla.bakko@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extplantpath/events
Event:
Crop & Pest Management School

The school is designed for individuals who will be scouting crops for pest and production problems. The program has multiple components to teach the basics in weed, disease and insect identification and scouting procedures, plus hands-on sessions devoted to important pest and production issues for major crops in the region. The school helps prepare individuals to be successful field scouts, and will update agricultural professionals on research and crop production recommendations for major crops grown in North Dakota.

Speakers include NDSU state and area Extension specialists and North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station faculty. Reference materials will be provided.

For further information about the content of this program, contact Darla Bakko in the Plant Pathology Department at (701) 231-8866 or email darla.bakko@ndsu.edu

Date:February 21 - 22, 2017
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Darla Bakko

Phone: 701-231-8866
Fax: 701-231-7851
E-mail: darla.bakko@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extplantpath/events