1. Scrapie Identification Guidelines for Clermont 4-H and FFA Exhibition

    May. 13, 2016

    We are receiving several phone calls in regards to producers not identifying sheep and goats for the USDA-APHIS Scrapie Eradication Program.

    All sheep and goats must be identified with USDA approved scrapie identification. This identification is illegal to remove because it is federally mandated. There are a couple different methods to officially identify your livestock, but it is the producer’s responsibility.

  2. 4-H Project Progress Saturdays

    May. 10, 2016

    If you are looking for assistance in completing your general 4-H project, we have just the thing, "Project Progress Saturdays". The Family and Consumer Sciences Teen Board is hosting 2 Saturdays where members can come together and recieve help in preparing their 4-H projects for County and State judging. They will be June 4th and June 18th at the Clermont County 4-H Hall. There will be food, activities, and lots of fun for all 4-H members. If you would like more information or to register, click on the link below.  Registration deadline is May 20, 2016.

  3. Local Foods Survey Now Available

    Apr. 12, 2016

    Local Foods is a popular topic today that may affect how we feed the world of tomorrow. Learn more in a recent blog post. Please, take a few minutes to complete the survey's below. These will be used internally to guide programing and educational opportunities within Clermont County.

  4. Clermont County 4-H Calendar

    Apr. 07, 2016

    This is your source for dates and information of upcoming 4-H events in Clermont County. Keep in mind however, that dates, times and locations are subject to change and events may be added. Check the calendar and posted announcements regularly for the latest information.

      Clermont County 4-H Calendar  


  5. OSU Extension - Clermont County adds Community Development programming

    Mar. 23, 2016

    Ohio State University Extension - Clermont County adds Community Development programming:

    Hi Clermont County! My name is Trevor Corboy and I am proud to serve as your new Ohio State University Extension Community Development Program Coordinator. This position is one of two “seeded” OSU Extension Community Development positions in Ohio, both of which are fully funded for 12 months by the state Community Development Office.

  6. 22nd Annual Southwest Ohio Perennial School

    Mar. 07, 2016

    Don't miss this much anticipated yearly event. The 22nd Annual Southwest Ohio Perennial School will be held on Thursday, April 14, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the OSU Extension Office in Clermont County. The office is located on the Clermont County Fair Grounds 1000 Locust St., in Owensville, Ohio. There will be speakers, vendors, educational displays, and more. To register, click here for information.

  7. LOOK to Clermont Application Now Available

    Feb. 19, 2016

    LOOK to Clermont, Innovative Youth Leadership Program:
  8. Parenting Today = Tomorrow’s Leaders

    Feb. 19, 2016

    All of us have been parented in a manner that guides us along the path to becoming contributing members of society. Parenting is the major task of the work of the family. Generally, we parent the way we were parented. Family traditions are occurrences from the past that families want to carry forward to help shape the future. They might be customs, rituals, habits, beliefs, events or actions. These established parenting traditions have brought our families through the ages to today.

  9. Ohio Proud Marketing Educational Program

    Feb. 16, 2016

    If you are having trouble keeping up marketing your business on social media, we can help! Coming up in March, join us for a half-day session on the management of your on-line presence to maximize your business opportunities.

    Click here for more information on locations, dates and registration information. Don't miss this opportunity to grow your business!

  10. Buckeye Teen Health Study

    Feb. 09, 2016

    OSU is conducting a project in Clermont County to better understand the health of teenage males and their families across Ohio.

    As a thank you, the teenage male will receive a $50 gift card. Parents and siblings will receive up to $20.

    If you’d like to hear more, please contact our study staff located in your county to learn about the project:

    Bonnie Boyer, 937-515-3949,

    Some quick facts about the project: