Ransom County Extension Service
2017 Ransom County Events
2017 Agriculturalist of the Year recipient - Ardis Taylor
Bee Friendly: Planting Pollinator Pots
A free class will be held on Saturday, May 6 from 2-4 p.m. at the Ransom County Courthouse. Learn the difference between bees and wasps; discover the best flowers for pollinators; educate others on (bee)-friendly yards; plant a large flower pot to take home. Adults and kids ages 6 and up are welcome. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required by April 24 by calling the Ransom County Extension office at 683-6128.
The Family Table
The program includes challenges (and prizes!), Facebook messages, and e-newsletter and website. Visit www.ag.ndsu.edu/familytable to sign up.
Why promote family mealtimes? Eating together as a family at least three times per week is linked with a more nutritious diet, healthy weight, better school performance, less risky behavior (alcohol, drug use) among teens, better family communication and many other benefits. Please join us and challenge your family in 2017 to spend more time eating together.
Field to Fork
Classes to begin on February 22 from 2 -3 p.m. at the Ransom County Courthouse Community Room. There are different topics each week on Wednesdays through April 26.
Preregistration is required by calling 683-6128. See the full schedule...
Diabetes Prevention Program
A new series will begin as soon as there are enough participants to fill the class. If you are prediabetic or interested in the class or know someone who may be prediabetic please call our office for more information.
Comments from past participants -
"This class help[ed me make lifestyle changes that lead to weight loss and just helped me feel better."
"After taking this lass, may doctor has taken me off medication for high blood pressure.
"I'm so glad I took this class and I would highly recommend it."
More information is available on the Food, Nutrition & Health page. Feel free to contact the Ransom County Extension office to visit about the program and to register.
Nourishing Boomers & Beyond
As we age, we may not be as active as we used to be. Maybe we have put on a few extra pounds, or we've developed health issues such as high blood pressure or diabetes. For more information on this series of helpful classes. . .
Ag. Producer Update
In an effort to provide Ransom County producers with up-to-date information we are currently updating our database. According to our records we are missing data information for your farm/ranch. Please complete the to update your records. Thank you.
The Ransom County Crop & Livestock Association supports the North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network (NDAWN) System located at the Lisbon Airport. NDAWN Website is updated every 10 minutes.
NDSU Extension Service in Ransom County gives local residents easy access to the resources and expertise of North Dakota State University. Through educational programs, publications, and events, extension agents deliver unbiased, research-based information to Ransom County citizens. We can answer your questions on a wide array of topics. To find out how we can help you, browse our site or contact us by email or phone. The Ransom County Extension Service office is located in the Ransom County Courthouse in Lisbon.