OSU Extension is a state agency administered by the university’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and is a key component of OSU’s mandate as a land-grant university to promote wellness, leadership and economic development for all Oklahomans.
Many Extension offices, which can be found in all 77 of the state’s counties, have been directed by state and local authorities to close their doors and cancel face-to-face meetings to protect the health of Extension personnel and the public. However, true to their spirit of commitment, those workers are making themselves available electronically via social media, teleconferences, phone calls and texting.
In Oklahoma County, the OSU Extension office can be found on the Oklahoma City-County Health Department campus in the Adventure District, off Interstate 44. But you don’t have to go to the office to find the research-backed information you need.
The Extension website at extension.okstate.edu provides a wealth of educational content designed especially for Oklahomans, such as guidance on crops and livestock, gardening and insects, health and nutrition, and 4-H and family. The site also has more than 1,000 fact sheets tailored to state residents.
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