Welcome to the Frontier Extension District #11
K-State Research and Extension Website
What's New in the District
As our society faces the challenges of maintaining health-oriented practices, social isolation, school closures, financial pressures and more, resources on the COVID-19 Extension page can help as you navigate through this challenging situation.
K-State Research and Extension specialists are subject matter experts in numerous aspects of life that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. They provide unbiased, fact-based help in these subjects free of charge for the benefit of everyone in Kansas and the rest of the world.
IMPORTANT NOTICE! Updated 4/9/20
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Frontier District Newsletter
Check out our most recent newsletter!
This newsletter provides Frontier Extension District contact information, offer resources to help navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, show examples of current and alternative educational programming.
Our focus is on providing science-based educational information and services to the public that focus on solving grand challenges around water, health, global food systems, community vitality, and developing tomorrow's leaders.
You can find this newsletter and past publications on our Making a Difference Newsletter page.
Soil Testing is still available!
For more information regarding soil testing, please go to the Lawn & Garden Soil Sample page.
KState Beef Videos - Beef Cattle Pregnancy Analytical App
K-State Veterinarian, Bob Larson, explains how it helps collect herd preg-check data at chute-side for instant recording and analysis. This video and more can be found on the LIVESTOCK page.
Catch us on the radio!
Don't forget to tune in to KOFO 103.7 FM or 1220 AM to three days a week to get Frontier Extension District updates.
Our agents share research-based, unbiased and educational information related to agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences, 4-H youth development, community development, and upcoming programs.
Missed a program? Now you can go to the KOFO Recordings page to hear previous radio programs.
Check out the Calendar of Events to find out more information.