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University of Illinois Extension serving Calhoun, Cass, Greene, Morgan and Scott Counties

Morgan County
104 N Westgate Ave
Jacksonville, IL 62650
Phone: 217-243-7424
FAX: 217-243-1544
Email: uie-ccgms@illinois.edu
Hours: M–F, 8am-Noon, 1:00-4:30pm

Calhoun County
818 S. Park, P.O. Box 366
Hardin, IL 62047
Phone: 618-576-2293
FAX: 618-576-8013
Hours: Tues/Thurs, 8am-Noon, 1:00-4:30pm

Cass County
651 S Job
Virginia, IL 62691
Phone: 217-452-3211
FAX: 217-452-7260
Hours: M/W/F, 8am-Noon, 1:00-4:30pm

Greene County
25 N US HWY 67
Carrollton, IL 62016
Phone: 217-942-6996
FAX: 217-942-3827
Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 8am-Noon, 1:00-4:30pm

Scott County
401 N. Walnut
Winchester, IL 62694
Phone: 217-742-9572
FAX: 217-742-3582
Hours: Tues/Thurs, 8am-Noon, 1:00-4:30pm

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University of Illinois Extension in the Calhoun-Cass-Greene-Morgan-Scott Unit is the link between University of Illinois Extension and YOU. U of I Extension offers practical, research-based education to help people improve their lives and communities through learning partnerships. If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in any University of Illinois Extension programs within Calhoun/Cass/Greene/Morgan/Scott counties, contact Aaron Dufelmeier at 217-243-7424.


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Mosquitoes and ticks are not only annoying they can spread disease. Learn about the life cycles of mosquitoes and ticks, how they search for hosts, and how to protect yourself from being bitten.

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Japanese beetles are one of the most destructive ornamental pests found in Illinois, and unfortunately, they’re here to stay. Learn more about Japanese beetles as well as ways you can manage them in your landscape.

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Fish stocking, weeds, and fish kills are concerns every farm pond owner has. Join IDNR fisheries biologist Blake Ruebush and Extension Educator Duane Friend as they discuss these topics at the Farm Pond Seminar the evening of May 22.

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