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Serving the people of Beaver County with resources and services based in university research.

Cooperative Extension provides research-based resources (many free) you can use to improve your home, workplace and community. This office's programs and services are specifically designed to solve the problems county residents face. It's a service of Oklahoma State University and functions as part of a nationwide network of university extension offices dedicated to providing trustworthy public education and service.


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Meet Your County Staff

These folks are your direct line to Oklahoma State University, bringing research from the labs and fields to YOU. 

Elizabeth Gardner-McBee

County Extension Director | Family and Consumer Sciences/4-H Educator

Loren Sizelove

Agriculture/4-H Educator

Connie McMinn

Extension Administrative Support Specialist


Staying safe when riding ATVs Staying safe when riding ATVs Nov 30

The Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development program and Oklahoma Farm Bureau have launched a safety course to help children and families learn how to minimize risks associated with ATVs.

Watch out for cattle eating oak leaves and acorns Watch out for cattle eating oak leaves and acorns Nov 25

The problem can be largely avoided by ensuring cattle have access to good grazing and supplemental feed.

Wheat pasture valuable forage resource when managed properly Wheat pasture valuable forage resource when managed properly Nov 18

Livestock should not be turned out onto wheat pasture until the plants are about six inches tall and have become well-rooted.

Oklahoma State’s Lambert named 2020 Whatley Award recipient Oklahoma State’s Lambert named 2020 Whatley Award recipient Nov 12

Initiated in 1982, the award recognizes outstanding research contributions to the advancement of agricultural sciences.

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