Oklahoma County Cooperative Extension Service
OSU Cooperative Extension Service
We're your source for a multitude of programs.
- Horticulture: Lawn, garden, and landscape workshops
- Master Gardener Hot-line - 405-713-1125
- Family & Consumer Sciences: Nutrition, healthy cooking, food safety, home food preservation, and Co-Parenting for Resilience workshops
- Youth: Sewing, Job Readiness, cooking, gardening, photography, and babysitting workshops
Volunteers are valuable to Extension. Our volunteer groups include 4-H, Oklahoma County Master Gardeners, Oklahoma Master Naturalists, and Oklahoma Home and Community Education.
What's more, we have a staff of professionals who can help you answer a host of questions. We're here for one reason--to assist the citizens of Oklahoma County as they look for answers to life's everyday problems. We base our programs, and the answers to your questions, on university-researched information. We bring the university to you in everything we do.
We're here to help.
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