September 20, 2021 | Written by D’Aesha Fletcher, Frank Ferlenda and Ray Taylor, Delaware 4-H
Across Delaware, 4-H Afterschool programs have been shown to positively influence school attendance, academic performance, motivation, behavior and overall, encourage students to do well in school and beyond.
September 15, 2021 | Written by Katie Young and Brian Kunkel
If you live in northern Delaware, you have, by now, seen a new insect hopping and flying about — the spotted lanternfly. Although vibrant and beautiful, these little critters are causing mayhem for homeowners and farmers alike. Here’s what you can do.
September 13, 2021 | Written by Kathleen Splane, Extension Agent & FCS Program Leader
Over the last 18 months, older Americans have been concerned about COVID-19 and the impact contracting that virus would have on them. But foodborne illnesses and deaths have not gone away.
September 03, 2021 | Written by Emmalea Ernest, Scientist - Vegetables & Fruits
Did you know...? Delaware has the largest acreage of processing vegetables in the region!
August 18, 2021 | Written by Gina Crist, Community Health Specialist - FCS Program Leader
The health of an individual is influenced by where they live, learn, work and play. That's why University of Delaware Cooperative Extension has been working with community partners throughout the state to impact the health of residents in New Castle, Dover and Seaford.