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University of Illinois Extension serving Adams, Brown, Hancock, Pike and Schuyler Counties

Main Office (Adams County)
330 S. 36th St
Quincy, IL 62301
Phone: 217-223-8380
FAX: 217-223-9368
Email: uie-abhps@illinois.edu
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm (Closed 12 - 1pm)

Branch Office (Brown County)
108 N. Capitol Avenue
Mt. Sterling, IL 62353
Phone: 217-773-3013
FAX: 217-773-2614
Hours: Please call to check staff availability.

Branch Office (Hancock County)
550 N Madison
Carthage, IL 62321
Phone: 217-357-2150
FAX: 217-357-3598
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm (Closed 12 - 1pm)

Branch Office (Pike County)
1301 E Washington
Pittsfield, IL 62363
Phone: 217-285-5543
FAX: 217-285-5735
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm (Closed 12 - 1pm)

Branch Office (Schuyler County)
710 Maple Avenue
Rushville, IL 62681
Phone: 217-322-3381
FAX: 217-322-3382
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm (Closed 12 - 1pm)

Discover Extension

Welcome!

Your Help is Wanted – and Needed!

Every few years we try to assess what’s important in our communities so we can make sure we’re providing the programs and services that people need.

We need your input – and that of your family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, and casual acquaintances!

Please take 10-15 minutes to answer the questions on the survey you will see when you click on this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BTZLTQ9 .  Then direct everyone you know to this page so they can do the same.

Next spring or summer we will share what we have learned from this information gathering.  Thanks in advance for your help in making sure we have as many perspectives as possible!

Unit Highlight

2016 Illinois First Detector Invasive Pest Workshop

University of Illinois Extension has announced the date for the 2016 Illinois First Detector Invasive Pest Workshop in Quincy, Covering important landscape and nursery pests, diseases, and invasive plants. This workshop will be offered on February 23, 2016.

Early detection and response is key in managing invasive pests. The Illinois First Detector Workshop, now in its fourth year, is aimed at improving first detector training and invasive species awareness. The workshop will cover new topics on current and emerging invasive plants, pathogens, and insects, along with updates on previous workshop topics.

Questions? Contact Kari Houle, Extension Educator, Horticulture at khoule@illinois.edu

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