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Serving the people of Cherokee 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. 

Garrett Ford

Agriculture/4-H Educator

Heather Winn

Family and Consumer Sciences/4-H Educator

Dee MacKall

Extension Administrative Support Specialist

Brandi Moore

Extension Program Assistant


Oklahoma 4-H builds sense of community for youth and adult volunteers alike Oklahoma 4-H builds sense of community for youth and adult volunteers alike Jun 18

Most people are aware of what the presence of an enthusiastic adult can mean to kids. Friendships with other volunteers can mean just as much to adults involved.

OSU entomology professor presented lifetime achievement award OSU entomology professor presented lifetime achievement award Jun 16

Tom Royer has been an integrated pest management advocate and researcher since 1983 and a leading force behind IPM Oklahoma! - an integrative program involving agricultural, horticultural and urban pest management systems.

Horses need up-to-date West Nile virus vaccinations Horses need up-to-date West Nile virus vaccinations Jun 14

OSU Extension recommendations are for horse owners and equine managers to consult with their local large animal veterinarian as there are different vaccines available on the market.

Insect control key to successful double-crop soybean management Insect control key to successful double-crop soybean management Jun 11

Soybeans planted after wheat are vulnerable to several insect pests, but most especially defoliating caterpillars and grasshoppers.

Local Events

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Wed 6/30

12:30 p.m. Co-Parenting for Resilience 908 South College Avenue Tahlequah, OK 74464

Fri 7/9

1:00 p.m. Pecan Topics for July Zoom Registration link: dasnr.zoom.us…

Wed 7/28

12:30 p.m. Co-Parenting for Resilience 908 South College Avenue Tahlequah, OK 74464

Mon 8/2

5:30 p.m. 4-H Adult & Teen Leaders Meeting Cherokee County Extension Office 908 South College Avenue Tahlequah, OK 74464

Fri 8/6

1:00 p.m. Pecan Topics for August zoom - Registration link will be supplied about 3 weeks prior to meeting.

 

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