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  1. Lake County Juvenile Court Judge, 4-H Youth Development program, and Ohio State Highway Patrol begin partnership

    Mar. 14, 2024

    The Lake County Juvenile Court Judge Michael DeLeone created a partnership with Lake County OSU Extension, 4-Youth Development 

  2. OSU Extension launches online relationship program to support couples throughout Ohio

    Feb. 16, 2024

    Maintaining a strong relationship with your spouse or partner can be achallenge. And when you need help, finding trustworthy, effective relationship support can be just as challenging. A new project from Ohio State University Extension healthy relationship education can help you build the relationship you desire.

  3. 2024 Home Gardeners' Workshop registration is full

    Nov. 08, 2023

    The Lake County Master Gardener Volunteers and OSUE are proud to present

    The Home Gardeners’ Workshop

    Saturday, March 16, 2024

    Gardeners of all experience levels are welcome to join us for a fun day filled with exciting and educational speakers, Vendor’s Row, continental breakfast and lunch!


    The 2024 Workshop will be held at Lake Erie College in Painesville.

  4. Nursery and Greenhouse Research Workshop

    Dec. 07, 2022

    The USDA-ARS Application Technology Research Unit is located inWooster. The team has recently expanded to 10 research scientists who have wide ranging expertise. Come and learn about these world-class scientists and the research they are conducting. Hear about the latest techniques and concepts in insect, disease and weed management, precision spray application, abiotic stress management in controlled environments, and more.

  5. Family Traditions are the things that bond families and promote positive well-being and healthy development

    Oct. 27, 2022

    Click here to see how family traditions can have great benefits to family wellness throughout a lifetime.

  6. Welcome to Ann Chanon, our new Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator

    Sep. 06, 2022

    Lake County is pleased to welcome Ann Chanon to our office staff. Ann is a native of Northeastern Ohio. She developed her love for woody plants and flowers at an early age. She turned her passion into a profession by earning a B.S. in Horticulture from The Ohio State University, M.S. in Horticultural Science from Texas A&M University, and Ph.D.

  7. Master Gardener Volunteer Community Garden

    Sep. 20, 2021

    Are you interested in vegetable gardening? Are you interested in joining a Community Garden in Painesville?
    OSU Extension Lake County Master Gardener Volunteers, the City of Painesville, and Painesville City Local Schools are collaborating to start a community garden.
    Please call the Lake County Master Gardeners HELPline at 440-853-2634 and leave a message to find out how you can become involved!

  8. Lake County 4-H Camp Registration is Open!

    May. 04, 2021

    Junior campers at Camp Whitewood stay very busy at camp, enjoying campfires, singing, crafts, hiking, swimming, shooting sports, boating, games and much more. Each week-long Jr. Camp session is hosted by county OSU Extension Educators, giving each week a new twist. Campers do not need to be in 4-H or live in a certain county to attend any of our junior camps. Be a part of our camping and we're confident you'll have a blast! 

  9. Peacefully Parenting

    Apr. 29, 2021

    A three part parenting class for parents of children ages birth to 17 will be held virtually on Tuesdays (May 25, June 1, and June 8) from 5:30-8:00 p.m. Learn strategies for everyday parenting dilemmas and difficulties. Click here for the flyer and registration details.

  10. 2021 Pesticide Applicator Training announced

    Jan. 07, 2021

    Click here for the private applicator online training informational letter for 2021. Please note the deadline for recertification has been extended to June 30, 2021. If you want an e-mail with the links for the Qualtics registration or the Online training format, e-mail Tom deHaas in Lake County.