Michigan State University Extension - Calhoun County
||315 W. Green St.
Marshall, MI 49068
Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
||Ginger Hentz, Interim - District 13
||Roger Betz, Extension Educator - Farm Management
Pat Dadow, Support Staff
Sherry Grice, Extension Educator - 4-H Youth Development
Rita Klavinski,, Extension Educator - Health & Nutrition
Janice Knuth, Support Staff
Emily Lyke, Program Associate - Nutrition
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Michigan State University Extension helps people improve their lives through an educational process that applies knowledge to critical issues, needs and opportunities.
MSU Extension provides educational programming that extends the resources of MSU to the people of Michigan by developing, interpreting and transmitting knowledge based information through applied science and research.
MSU Extension is jointly funded by Calhoun County and Michigan State University.
MSU Extension Program Institutes
Enhancing Michigan's First Green Industry: Agriculture & Agribusiness
Focus: Keep research and education on the cutting edge to keep agriculture and agribusiness strong and secure. Grow Michigan's 71.3 billon dollar agriculture and agribusiness industry which employs 25% of Michigan's working population.
Preparing Michigan's Children & Youth for the Future
Focus: Create and foster an environment that provides educational opportunity for young people and the adults who support them. Help develop skills youth need for a quality life to prepare them for the future so they can be productive and contribute to society.
Greening Michigan: Leveraging Natural and Human Assets for Prosperity
Focus: Enhance knowledge and decision making skills for communities and individuals throughout the state on how to respond to the changes from manufacturing economy to a knowledge economy. A large part of this new economy is the green industry.
Improving the Health & Nutrition of Michigan's residents
Focus: Create a healthy and holistic viewpoint for Michigan' residents for issues involving physical, social and mental health.
Michigan State University Extension programs and materials are open to all without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, or family status.