Upcoming Events:Wyoming Forage Field Day
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Are you curious about ways to attract wildlife to your backyard? New ways to stretch your grocery budget? What about putting up a wind generator on your small acreage? Are you looking for a youth program that puts character first? Community development, sustainable agriculture and natural resources, rangeland management, nutrition, food safety, and 4-H/youth development — the University of Wyoming Extension focuses on issues that matter most to you!
Since 1914, UW Extension has helped Wyoming citizens and communities respond to challenges and changes. We have offices in each of the state’s 23 counties and the Wind River Indian Reservation. Although our roots are in agriculture, UW Extension has broadened its educational mission to encompass many of the contemporary challenges facing Wyoming’s people and its rural communities. We’re committed to providing lifelong learning opportunities as we bring the resources of the University of Wyoming home to you!
Meet the amazing group of individuals that direct and guide the University of Wyoming Extension.
UW Extension uses a team-based approach to educational program leadership. This model revolves around five State Initiative Teams, which assess the needs of Wyoming citizens and communities and then select and develop educational programs around those needs.
Communications and Technology
UW Extension Communications and Technology can help with your communication and technology needs. Our office incorporates five sections: Instructional Support, Media Production Services, Technical Support, Web Development, and Written Communications.
Wyoming AgrAbility is here to inform, educate, and assist ranchers, farmers, and farm workers with disabilities and their families so that they can continue doing what they love—ranching and farming.
UW Extension, in partnership with the School of Energy Resources, welcomes you to Wyoming’s source for unbiased information about renewable energy and energy efficiency.