April 2020 Noble County Extension newsletter

Message from Christine Gelley, April 16, 2020:

Today marks 30 days since beginning to “work from home” due to COVID-19 and encouraged social distancing. Adjustments made between then and now have led me to draft the April Newsletter many times and then start over. We are unable to mail out paper newsletters at this point in time, so please, share this information with people who could benefit, but are not on the email list. Attached is a PDF and easy to print copy that you can also share.

We are in the process of making adjustments to all Extension-sponsored programs between now and July. Although the way we serve our community this spring and summer will likely be much different than in previous years, we remain actively supportive of your endeavors in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H, community development, and family consumer sciences. We are adapting the style in which we teach and share information day to day. Some good news is that, learning isn’t canceled. We are still hosting Farm Talk Breakfast tomorrow morning! Bring your own breakfast and join us on the computer, your mobile device, or landline for a great topic. May’s Farm Talk Breakfast will also continue on as scheduled. Find out more here.