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You can now have Extension news and updates while driving, pulling weeds, walking the dog, or whenever you like to tune in!

We are excited to kick off this new way of reaching our community with research-based education with some fun thrown in along the way. Episodes will consist of interview-style-based talks with our county agents as well as guests from the community. We look forward to connecting with you and invite you to take a listen!

Episode 1In our inaugural episode, we sit down with Dr. Kenneth Sherin to talk about the Farm, Food, and Family Education Center where he goes into more details about the progress made so far as well as what’s coming up. In the second part of this episode Kenny shares about his role as the Broadband Access and Education Coordinator and what that means as well as how that ties into helping our communities.

Episode 2: September 18-24 is National Farm Safety & Health Week and for this episode, we are joined by Randolph County’s Field Crops & Forestry Agent to talk about some highlights of the week. He shares some helpful tips to keep our farmers, their employees, and their families safe while they live and work on their farms.