Area farmers who need basic or in-depth information on productive ways to grow soybeans, corn, or winter wheat can sign up for any or all of three December workshops planned by extension educators.
Got problems with spotted lanternfly devastation? You're not alone. Better yet, help's available in a new management guide for PennState Extension, offered locally by the Lower Frederick Environmental Advisory Council.
If you're a Berks County home owner who depends on private sources for a drinking water supply, Penn State Extension may be able to offer free water testing to applicants who attend a workshop.
Like deserts without an oasis, a new map shows hundreds of neighborhoods across western Montgomery County lack adequate childcare. A shout of thanks to mud-moving firefighters. And, food over flowers.
That bumper crop of tomatoes you're looking forward to harvesting probably can't be eaten all at once. Montgomery County Extension in Collegeville will show you how to preserve them for great taste.
If you're an adult struggling to manage type 2 diabetes and looking for help, a Penn State Extension class that starts March 7 at St. Philip Neri Church may be one way to get back on track.
Canning low-acid foods like wild game is a skill that can be learned, and that yields tasty, safe-to-consume meals for later cooking. A class on the topic is being offered in Collegeville.
The Pottstown program costs only $5 per person, thanks to local grant funding, and can help adults with type 2 diabetes get a better handle on managing their disease and living healthier lives.