Ohio State University (OSU) Extension is proud of its long tradition of providing education for Ashtabula County. Since 1917, OSU Extension has been conducting programs for our agricultural industry (the #1 employer and #2 economic industry in the county), has helped thousands of youth each year learn responsibility and citizenship through 4-H club work, and has been helping families improve their nutrition, family relationships, and economic condition.
Volunteers & Staff
OSU Extension’s work with a large volunteer force increases the impact of our office staff. Over 150 4-H Advisors managing 54 4-H clubs help over 900 4-H youth members and 4,000 youth in school enrichment programs. In addition, over 40 Ashtabula County Master Gardeners volunteer nearly 2,100 hours each year helping community residents with their horticulture problems. We thank each of our volunteers for helping OSU Extension to make the best better in Ashtabula County.
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