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- Crop, Stock and Ledger
Crop, Stock and Ledger covers a variety of agricultural and natural resources issues.
- The Homeowners Column
Sandy Mason's Homeowners Column discusses hot topics in the home landscape each week.
- Weekly Ag Update
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- Home Yard and Garden Pest
Provides timely information on insect, weed, and plant disease pests for landscapers, arborists, lawn care professionals, golf course personnel, and garden center operators.
Extension Program Coordinator, Ag and Natural Resources
University of Illinois Extension
210 W Washington
Paris, IL 61944
Clark County Master Gardeners
University of Illinois Extension Master Gardeners are adult members of the local community who are interested in lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers, gardens, vegetables and the environment. You can become a Master Gardener if you are willing to learn about horticulture, share that research-based information with others, and volunteer at least 30 hours annually back to the community. The University of Illinois provides invaluable training and educational opportunities to assist you in meeting these goals. The annual training, usually beginning in January, involves 60 hours of online or classroom instruction over a period of 11 or 12 weeks. If you are interested in the Master Gardening program, please contact Kim Trine, University of Illinois Extension Ag & Natural Resources Program Coordinator, at email@example.com or 217-465-8585.
- Integrated Pest Management Modules
IPM Modules are short videos informing you about newly emerging or prevalent diseases and insect problems in the landscape. Five modules have just been released and more will be added to the website throughout the coming year. We are currently releasing modules on Spruce Problems, Thousand Canker Walnut Disease, Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, Bacterial Leaf Scorch and Sudden Oak Death.