Chick Chain signups are open! This program is limited to the first 25 youth!
Call the office for more information on how to sign up!
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We provide educational programs and research based information in Agriculture, 4-H, and Family and Consumer Sciences to the residents of Marion County. F.N.
Marion County Extension work officially started on February 1, 1916. Hutcheson was the first County Agent. Kitty McDonald was the first Home Agent (Home Economist). She began this work on September 1, 1917. Marion County offers programs in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and resource development. University of Tennessee Institute of Agricultu
Operating as usual
Chick Chain signups are open! This program is limited to the first 25 youth!
Another wreath class! Make sure you get signed up; these fill up extremely fast!
Congratulations to our County Public Speaking Winners! These students will move on to the sub-regional competition later this month!
Fun morning with Nickajack Amateur Radio Club! Thanks to Danny, Mike and David for coming out to demonstrate and let our youth communicate with people all over the country!
Please join us in welcoming Tisha Gravitt to our UT TSU Extension Marion County team!
She is joining us from Jasper Elementary School as our Administrative Support Assistant, and we are excited to have her join us in serving Marion County with continued Real. Life. Solutions.
Don't forget, Shotgun signups are open!
Join us Friday!
Huge thanks to Equine Services LLC for having our Horse Club over to learn about vaccinations and teeth floating today!
Honor Club played bingo at The Bridge Assisted Living this afternoon! We had a blast visiting with the residents!
Congratulations to our Move Around the Region prize winner! Katie says she loves this program because of the accountability it provides as well as the ability it gives her to compete with other treadmill runners. Enjoy your UT swag!
With COVID largely in the rear-view mirror, we continue to get back to business as usual. Such is also the case for the upcoming Middle TN Grain Conference scheduled for Tuesday, January 31st at the University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI), located at 411 B.H. Goethert Pkwy in Tullahoma, TN.
As many have come to expect since its start in 2005, the Middle Tennessee Grain Conference offers some of the most practical insights and real-life solutions to emerging crop production issues; utilizing research and evidence-based data from the University of Tennessee and other land-grant colleges. This conference is also home to one of the area’s largest trade shows, showcasing dozens of industry professionals who are on hand to talk what’s new, efficient, and effective.
2023 registration is $20 per person. To register, call our office at 423-942-2656.
Crimson Clover Master Gardener Application Deadline is January 13th!
Do you have a passion for gardening? Do you want to share that passion with your local community while you learn? If so, the Tennessee Master Gardener Program might be right up your alley. The TN Master Gardener program is a volunteer service program that serves local communities by training, certifying, and equipping volunteers to provide community service through their passion of gardening.
The Crimson Clover Master Gardener Association’s (CCMGA) intern training program begins January 31st and continues each Tuesday from 9am – 12pm through May 2nd. The program, open to residents of Coffee, Franklin, Marion and surrounding counties, will consist of group meetings at the University of Tennessee Space Institute where specialists and experts from the University of Tennessee will ‘ZOOM’ in live to cover topics such as environmental stewardship, soils and cover crops, botany and propagation, landscape design, woody ornamentals and trees, entomology & IPM, plant pathology, turf and w**d management, fruits in TN, vegetable gardening, and pollinators & wildlife. After the live sessions, our certified master gardeners and subject matter experts will lead hands-on labs to put what you learned into action!
Applications and more information can be found at .
Applications are due at the Marion County Extension Office by Friday, January 13th. Applicants will be notified of acceptance to the program by Tuesday, January 17th. The cost of the program, including educational materials, refreshments, etc. is $150.00 for the entire 14-week program. Deadline for payment is January 20th.
Proud of our 4th graders!
4th grade is so proud of their 4-H speech winners!!!!
Some of our 4-H Honor Club members enjoyed a night at Rock City’s Enchanted Garden of Lights!
Are you interested in Ham Radio and learning how to get your very own setup? Join us on January 6!
Shotgun sign ups are open!
Practices will be every other Sunday from February to April at Prentice Cooper.
Come by the office to sign up!
Help us choose our winning posters! Like your favorite to vote!
Refrigerate foods within 2 hours and heat leftovers to 165 degrees Fahrenheit to avoid food poisoning this holiday season!
Prevent food poisoning this Thanksgiving by using a food thermometer and cooking foods to the proper internal temperatures!
Swipe through to learn more about individuals at higher risk of getting food poisoning and follow these food safety tips to prevent illness: https://www.cdc.gov/foodsafety/communication/holidays.html
Food Safety Tips for the Holidays
Enjoy the holidays without food poisoning by following these food safety tips https://www.foodsafety.gov/blog/food-safety-tips-holidays
Food Safety Tips for the Holidays Feasting with family and friends is part of many holiday celebrations. Follow these simple tips to keep safe from food poisoning, or foodborne illness, during the holidays.
Thank you to Wheeler's Orchard, Nursery, and Vineyard for donating apples that we used to make delicious, home-canned apple butter!
Keep raw meats stored in the bottom of the fridge to prevent cross contamination and visit https://www.foodsafety.gov/blog/food-safety-tips-holidays to learn how to safely thaw your Thanksgiving turkey!
Grace Moore and Ryan Bumpus are at Jasper Elementary today reading for Ag Literacy Week!
Thanks to Aubrey Martell for helping us participate in Ag Literacy Week at SPES!
Just a reminder, applications are open for our administrative assistant position! Help us spread the word!
Thank you to our wonderful and talented volunteer, Mary Morgan, who created a beautiful piece to represent Marion County in the 95 Reasons to Celebrate Tennessee quilt piece! Once stitched together, it will permanently reside at the Wilson County Fair-Tennessee State Fair for all to see. Watch this short video for a glimpse of the process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2sXY5EbCDU
Registration ends soon! Sign up today!
😮 Registration ends soon! Sign up today!
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Administrative Support Assistant II, Marion County
Want to be a part of our team? Apply now at the link below!
Administrative Support Assistant II, Marion County Click the link provided to see the complete job description.
It’s been a long journey from Southern Regionals to Quarter Horse Congress to Eastern Nationals. While he didn’t place today, we are so proud of the dedication and work Brady put into his speech. He delivered a near flawless presentation but the cards just weren’t in his favor. Nevertheless, he represented Marion County and Tennessee well!
Blaine Fuller was initiated as a 4-H All Star today! We are so proud!
We had so much fun at our fall canning class last year! Don't miss out this year- registration is open and spots are limited! Visit https://tiny.utk.edu/fallcanning2022 or call 423.942.2656.
If you'd like to be included on our mailing list to be the first to hear about our upcoming classes, send us your email address!
Check out this new club! I think our tech minded kids will love this!
Register now at https://tiny.utk.edu/mdg2022!
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The Jasper Tn EAA Chapter 1560 is an active community of aviation enthusiasts, promoting general aviation and based at the Marion County Airport.
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