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What we do

UI Extension, Nez Perce County offers research-based learning opportunities to meet community needs focusing on agriculture, community development, families, gardening, nutrition, youth development and more.


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4-H Youth Development

4-H is the largest youth-serving organization in the world. All 50 states and more than 80 countries worldwide have 4-H programs. The list of 4-H projects is so varied that every 4-H member and adult volunteer is sure to be able to find something of interest.

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Agriculture

Our goal is to support a future where agriculture strengthens our economic productivity, enhances our natural resources and promotes the quality of life for all Idaho residents.

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Community Development

UI Extension community development professionals focus on creating sustainable economic and social relationships to improve the quality of life for Idaho citizens.

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Family and Consumer Science

Family and consumer science professionals endeavor to improve the quality of life for adults, youth, individuals and families through research-based education. We emphasize the areas of long-term care, vibrant aging, interpersonal relations, nutrition and food safety.

  • Just for the Health of It – April Schedule  A free community walking program.
    • 9 a.m. Saturdays through May
    • A five to ten minute presentation on a current wellness-related topic followed by a leisurely walk on our areas many walking paths.
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Horticulture and Gardening

Home gardeners and local commercial enterprises take advantage of the extended growing season in a variety of horticultural interests. We answer a wide spectrum of gardening inquiries each year and cover topics like plant variety selection, culture, husbandry and pest control.

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UI Extension, Nez Perce Reservation Program

The UI Extension, Nez Perce Reservation Program was funded by the USDA-CSREES in 2007. The new office was opened in February 2008 in Lapwai, Idaho. This program was made possible through a partnership with the Nez Perce Tribe, who is providing the office space, and is a Federally Recognized Tribes Extension Program (FRTEP). Idaho has two other FRTEP projects, one on the Coeur d’Alene Reservation and one on the Fort Hall Reservation.