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What we do

The UI Extension, Jerome County office is a county land grant office of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Idaho.

We provide programming for agriculture, horticulture, family and consumer sciences, and  4-H and youth development. We provide information for questions dealing with agriculture, family and consumer sciences, and the 4-H program.

Our office is located at the Jerome County Fairgrounds in Jerome, Idaho. Enter the fairgrounds by turning north at the Stinker Station. Our office is the manufactured home set to the right of the grandstands at DePew Arena.


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4-H Youth Development

4-H prepares young people ages 5 to 18 to step up to the challenges in their community and the world. 4-Hers get the hands-on, real-world experiences they need to become leaders.

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Crops

Jerome County is one of Idaho’s leading agricultural production counties with approximately 154,800 acres used for that purpose. Hay and corn are the leading commodities and help support the local dairy industry.

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Personal Finances

UI Extension Educators offer a variety of programs, workshops, and seminars to help both families and individuals learn how to improve their financial management practices.

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UI Extension, Jerome County Newsletter

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Idaho’s Two Cent Tips

Visit the ITCT blog on the UI Extension, Madison County website.