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Utility Service Cut-off Moratorium

no responses. September 4, 2020 News_one

Twilight grazing tour scheduled in Middletown area


Twilight grazing tour scheduled in Middletown area

The Shenandoah County Office of Virginia Cooperative Extension announced a twilight grazing tour will take place on Wayne Snapp’s Cow-Calf Farm in Middletown on Sept. 22. […]

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coping with a money crunch

no responses. July 17, 2020 Janet Michael

Coping with a Money Crunch: FREE Webinar


Coping with a Money Crunch: FREE Webinar

We pre-recorded today’s conversation via Zoom with Karen Poff, an extension agent with Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Northern Shenandoah Valley Financial Education Program to talk about her […]

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coping with a money crunch

no responses. April 30, 2020 Janet Michael

Coping with the Money CRUNCH During COVID-19


Coping with the Money CRUNCH During COVID-19

We pre-recorded our conversation with Karen Poff, an extension agent with Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Northern Shenandoah Valley Financial Education Program to discuss a series of upcoming […]

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Various ‘Coping with a Money Crunch’ webinars to be held in Aug.


Various ‘Coping with a Money Crunch’ webinars to be held in Aug.

The Virginia Cooperative Extension will host it’s “Coping with a Money Crunch” webinar multiple times next month. The webinar offers help to residents of the Northern […]

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no responses. February 21, 2020 Janet Michael

Extension Office Friday: Meet Vanessa


Extension Office Friday: Meet Vanessa

We recorded today’s conversation with Karen Poff and Vanessa Santiago with Virginia Cooperative Extension for our monthly Extension Office Friday episode. Karen has worked as an […]

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coping with a money crunch

no responses. July 21, 2020 News_one

VCE online program to teach food preservation techniques


VCE online program to teach food preservation techniques

With more individuals growing their own food at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, food preservation has gained popularity. Because of this, the Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) is […]

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Virginia Cooperative Extension offering free webinar throughout June


Virginia Cooperative Extension offering free webinar throughout June

Virginia Cooperative Extension is continuing to offer its “Coping with a Money Crunch” webinar at various dates this month. The webinar offers residents of the Northern […]

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independence day fireworks

no responses. May 28, 2020 News_one

Virginia 4-H offering online summer camps


Virginia 4-H offering online summer camps

With many activities postponed or canceled this summer, 4-H is stepping up and offering a variety of free programs to children and teens online. Virginia Cooperative […]

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no responses. April 19, 2019 Janet Michael

Nine Ways Hackers Will Use Your Personal Information


Nine Ways Hackers Will Use Your Personal Information

We were in the studio for a conversation with Karen Poff, Senior Extension Agent with Virginia Cooperative Extension Office. Karen is a regular guest on the […]

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Home gardening ramping up during pandemic


Home gardening ramping up during pandemic

Many are trying out their green thumbs this spring, especially with more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gardening is a great way to […]

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seed exchange

no responses. January 21, 2020 News_one

10th Annual Seed Exchange this Saturday


10th Annual Seed Exchange this Saturday

What can gardeners do in the dead of winter when the ground is frozen and plants are dormant? Get ready for planting next spring’s garden, of […]

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soil fertility

no responses. January 6, 2020 News_one

Shenandoah County libraries provide soil sampling tools


Shenandoah County libraries provide soil sampling tools

Virginia Cooperative Extension is partnering with libraries in Shenandoah County to make soil fertility analysis better and more accessible to Shenandoah County farmers and homeowners. A […]

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