MSU Extension improves the lives of Montana citizens by providing unbiased research-based
education and information that integrates learning, discovery and engagement to strengthen
the social, economic and environmental well-being of individuals, families, and communities,
and right in Glacier County!
MSU Extension is your local source for information related to agriculture, the home,
gardening, food preservation, financial management, estate planning, and much more!
In addition, the Extension office oversees the 4-H program, which is the largest,
out-of-school youth development program in Montana, impacting over 25,000 youth every
Concerned your hay may be high in nitrates? Bring it into the Extension office for
a free, quick nitrate test!
Have an unidentified plant, weed, or bug? Bring it to the Extension office for identification!
Interested in learning more about gardening in Glacier County? Attend a Master Gardener
or gardening workshop by Extension!
Need to order trees for a shelterbelt or seed potatoes for your garden? Contact Glacier
County Extension for details!
Want to sign your child up for 4-H to learn life skills, develop a passion, and serve
their community? Head to the Extension office to join a 4-H club!
Need a nutrient analysis on your hay, and know itâ€™s time to balance your cowâ€™s ration
and supplement? Come to the Extension office!
You can learn more about MSU Extension at www.msuextension.org and Montana 4-H at www.montana4h.org, or contact the Glacier county office at 873-2239 or email@example.com.
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Level 1 Master Gardener classes will begin March 21 and run through May 9 on Tuesday
evenings from 6 - 8 p.m. Registration cost is $75, and is due by March 10, 2017.
Montana Certified Seed Potato orders are due March 8, 2017. Order forms are available