Lawn and Garden
The Dirt on Soil

Topsoil, enriched soil, potting mix, potting soil– it can all be so confusing. What is the difference and why does it matter.  This article helps unravel the soil name mystery .
Tree Topping- Why it should not be done

Horticulture Classes to Help You Grow

Back by popular demand is a series of classes to get you off and growing this spring. There is a little something for everyone from pruning, vegetables, fruit, perennials and garden photography. Attend one class or all. The classes are in the evening to accommodate your work schedule and are just $10.
Biennial Garden Tour, May 15 and 16 – Save the Date

The Extension Master Gardeners are preparing to greet you during the most anticipated and attended garden tour in Kansas City. Save the date to visit these five unique EMG gardens featured this year. Here is a little teaser of what you will see.
Soil and Hay Testing
There is an unlimited amount of knowledge in regards to your agriculture operation. Getting the right tests can help it move along smoothly. Learn about why you should test your soil and hay.
Winter Planning and Preparation for Spring Planting

It may seem like January is early to start planning for your spring garden, but preparation is key. There are things that you should be considering now, so you are ready for the first planting of the season.
Health and Home
Dining with Diabetes

Let 2020 be the year you take back control of your diabetes! Extension offers a 4 part class for that!
Convection Know-How

Ovens can be tricky if you aren't a professional baker. What are all the features that are in your kitchen that you don't know how to use? Let's learn about the convection setting on your oven!
Keep your Resolution to Improve Your Credit Score
Keeping Resolutions can be hard and so can improving your credit. Don't give up this year and work on your Financial Situation!
Leap into the Year at JCEEF's Annual Dinner!
Join us for a fun-filled evening on February 29 at the Arts and Heritage Center. For more details on the dinner and memberships, visit us at our website.
In Partnership Together
Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. K-State Research and Extension is committed to making its services, activities, and programs accessible to all participants. If you have special requirements due to a physical, vision, or hearing disability, please contact Johnson County Extension at 913.715.7000. K-State Research and Extension is an equal opportunity provider and employer.