MSU Extension is an educational resource for all residents of Lenawee County. If you have a question about cooking, clothing, animals, land use, gardening
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Mission: Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) helps people improve their lives through an educational process that applies knowledge to critical issues, needs and opportunities.
canr.msu.edu Patience is the farmer’s biggest virtue when it comes to making replanting decisions due to freeze.
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Did you know that you can apply for the Food Assistance Program* using your smartphone?
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services MI Bridges portal is a mobile friendly website that you can apply for benefits, manage your case and search for community resources!
To apply for benefits or to access these other great features, visit: michigan.gov/mibridges
*In Michigan, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is known as the Food Assistance Program (FAP) and benefits are loaded on to the Bridge Card.
canr.msu.edu Summer blooming bulbs, rhizomes, tubers and corms that are planted in spring and early summer are avoided by deer.
canr.msu.edu Determine if emerged plants that experienced low temperature damage are still viable.
canr.msu.edu Important information about soybean fields planted prior to the recent heavy rain events.
Southwest NY Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Team
As the sun continues to increase in intensity, days get warmer, and pastures green up, it’s important to manage cattle to prevent grass tetany. The fatal condition is classified by low blood magnesium and is made worse by the consumption of low-magnesium forages, which are common in spring. This, with the combination with excitement and lactation, which many cattle at this time of year are experiencing, can make for poor outcomes for some if not managed for. In response, Dr. Mike Baker developed a fact sheet for this condition, further explaining the biology, risk factors in both animals and pastures, and practical prevention methods.
Michigan State University Extension to host Spanish language listening sessions for children and youth programming
Michigan’s children, youth, families and communities are facing unprecedented challenges as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. These challenges vary widely and are influenced greatly by geography, economic status, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and many other factors.
In order to best understand these challenges and how we can effectively support them, Michigan State University Extension is launching a series of Spanish Speaking listening sessions. Michigan children, youth and those who support them, including Spanish Speaking parents and caregivers, are encouraged to join these sessions and share their thoughts. Information collected will be used to adapt existing programming, or develop new educational programming, to address the critical needs of our communities.
Please register for one or more of our listening sessions by contacting Veronica Quintino-Aranda at [email protected] or 616-308-2075.
If you do not have internet access, you can attend sessions by calling 1-646-876-9923 and entering the meeting code 934 2458 8739 when prompted.
MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer, committed to achieving excellence through a diverse workforce and inclusive culture that encourages all people to reach their full potential. Michigan State University Extension programs and materials are open to all without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, family status or veteran status. Persons with disabilities have the right to request and receive reasonable accommodations. Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by contacting Darren Bagley at [email protected] to make arrangements
Lenawee county residents and visitors are advised to avoid physical contact with the River Raisin beginning at South Branch of the River Raisin from the area of College St. in the City of Adrian and continuing downstream to the eastern boundary of Lenawee County at the Village of Deerfield until further notice.
Michigan State University Extension is offering a series of Lunch and Learn presentations on emergency preparedness. MSU Food Safety Educators will be hosting four live, online webinar sessions focusing on: what food is safe after a power outage, handling food safely during severe weather events, how to prepare an emergency kit, and sanitizing, disinfecting, and what are the best types of bleach to use. Participants are encouraged to ask their questions during the Q & A portion of the event. Food Safety Educators will be available to provide the most up-to-date research-based information.
Dates, topics and registration links are below:
Lunch and Learn Series on Emergency Preparedness
June 5, 2020 - 12 pm EDT
Power Outages and Food Safety
June 12, 2020 - 12 pm EDT
Food Safety after Severe Weather Events
June 19, 2020 - 12 pm EDT
Making an Emergency Preparedness Kit
June 26, 2020 - 12 pm EDT
Sanitizing and Disinfecting: Types of Bleach
To Register Visit https://www.canr.msu.edu/events/emergency-preparedness-june
canr.msu.edu Michigan State University Extension is offering a series of Lunch and Learn presentations on emergency preparedness. MSU Food Safety Educators will be hosting four live, online webinar sessions focusing on: what food is safe after a power outage, handling food safely during severe weather events,...
During this unusual and challenging time, we at MSU Extension are continuing to provide resources and support to our community partners. We would like to know how to best do so and have created a contact form to collect this information. Please use and distribute this link to share the impact of the Novel Coronavirus on you and your community. We will be reviewing responses and adapting our services accordingly.
MSU Extension COVID-19 Needs Assessment/Contact Form
Please complete the survey on the Local Government Resources page: https://www.canr.msu.edu/government/Local-Government-Resources-for-Novel-Coronavirus-Response/index
Looking for something fun for the kids to do? Check out these virtual 4-H clubs!
canr.msu.edu This weekend will usher in an arctic air mass, bringing unseasonably cool temperatures to our area.
events.anr.msu.edu This 6-session series covers land use education and training. The course is intended for local appointed and elected officials, zoning administrators and interested citizens.
Hidden Lake Gardens
In accordance with guidelines from Michigan State University, all on-site in-person programs through August 31, 2020 have been cancelled. We are working to stay involved with the public, particularly youth, during this time. While we are unable to carry out our typical youth programs we are excited to introduce a monthly newsletter intended for children ages 6-12. The newsletter includes seasonal happenings, a featured plant and animal, as well as games and activities. This is free of charge and available to members as well as the general public. Sign up to receive the newsletter electronically with the link below.
Our next food distribution will be on May 9th. Anyone is welcome to this no contact, drive thru to get a box of food.
We have good news: you are not forgotten, God sees you, He is for you, and He will never leave you.
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Speak with 4-H exchange alumni around the world and learn about Norwegian and Ukrainian culture and about how COVID-19 is affecting other parts of the world with the International Conversation webinar. Join us May 8, at 10 a.m. https://www.canr.msu.edu/international_exchange_programs/events
canr.msu.edu Recent rainfall events caused flooding in many lawns and other turf areas. Unless flooding was accompanied by soil deposition, most turf areas should have minimal damage.
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HELLO!! Welcome to Dynamic Daycare and Learning Place....your childs home away from home Please call if you are in need of earlier and later hours.
Counseling services are available for all current SHU students at no charge. The Counseling Center is located in Room 197 in Ledwidge Hall.
In 2007, the academic community at Adrian College adopted the idea of the ribbons to represent its standards of excellence.
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Lenawee’s Heart & Soul is a children's art and music studio offering Young Rembrandts drawing classes, Music Together® music and movement classes, art open studio, a Creative Arts Academy preschool program and more!
CPR & First Aid Training
This page is to inform everyone of up coming Hunter Saftey classes in Lenawee coumty MI.
Soap and soap making classes
The Gray Institute is internationally acclaimed for its innovation, development, mastery, and delivery of Applied Functional Science. A culmination of over 30 years of research and study has led to GI setting the movement industry standards.
Support Lenawee County students today, by supporting the Lenawee County Education Foundation. Learn more at www.lenaweecef.org.