November 26, 2014 - 3:38pm -- martini.1

Hamilton County Extenson has been operating without County Commissioner General fund dollars since 2008.  While we continue to seek funding, one of our best sources of success has been YOU! Please consider donating to the OSU Extension, Hamilton County Development fund TODAY!

Click here for the donation brochure and information

Thank  you for your support of ALL Extension programs in Hamilton County!

 

Hamilton County Funding Over the Years

A snapshot view of our funding then and now.

 

We have been asked numerous times about our funding levels over the years. Thanks to Joe Boggs, we have a snapshot view of our funding and why it is so critical that community members help us through donations. Our funding is used for basic operations, salaries, and programming. We do not use any funds to support any political campaign or otherwise. If you would like to help us after seeing our financial snapshot, please know that we thank you greatly!

A snapshot view of our funding can be found here.

 

Ohio Department of Health Activates Ebola Call Center

The Ohio Department of Health is operating a 24-hour-a-day call center to answer questions about Ebola and related support available in Ohio. The call center is being staffed by public health nurses and other public health professionals. The number to call is 1-866-800-1404 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 1-866-800-1404 FREE end_of_the_skype_highlighting.

More information about Ebola can be found at the CDC website: http://www.cdc.gov/. More information about specific efforts in Ohio can be found at the Ohio Department of Health website by clicking here.

Hamilton County Extension Highlights

To see a brief listing of the outcomes of our programs in Hamilton County, please click here.

Have a question? We can help!

Whether you have a question about anything horticulture, nutrition, or youth programming/development - we can help!

Senator Bob Peterson: I got my start in 4-H

Listen/Watch Senator Bob Peterson speak about how he got his start in 4-H by clicking here.