Service Runs Deep

When a family has shared most of Cooperative Extension's 100-year history, service is in their genes.

Case by Case: The GMO Question

No matter where you stand on GMOs, one thing can't be denied; genetically modified crops have changed American agricultural production.

City Slickers: Ag Moves to Town

Urban agriculture is taking root in Kentucky cities. Now city dwellers have the opportunity to connect with their food.

A Stylish Hoop

Samarie Walker is probably best known as one of the top players on the UK women’s basketball squad, but the Merchandising, Apparels, and Textiles major has designs on an exciting career.

College News

July 25, 2014

Christine Duncan, Oldham County FCS extension agent, is helping area  families learn how to prepare seasonal, fresh produce in her monthly cooking class.

July 24, 2014

The National Association of Community Development Extension Professionals recently installed UKAg Professor Alison Davis as their new president.

July 17, 2014

This past winter was rough on Kentucky grapes, especially European varieties.