is a National Youth Development Program that has been in existence for over 100 years. The primary goal of 4-H is to assist youth in developing life skills that help them live productive and satisfying lives.
The goal of Wyoming AgrAbility
is 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.
Our Ag & Natural Recources
programs include the science and economics of reclamation, soils and rangeland management, community economic development including family entrepreneurship, economic impacts of energy development, and wildlife and livestock health research and management.
Members of the Community Development Education
(CDE) team empower organizations, enterprises and individuals by providing them with the skills they need to affect change in their communities.
Financial security is being able to meet future needs while keeping current with day-to-day obligations. UW Extension reaches people through financial literacy
presentations to groups, associations and agencies in the community and in prisons, and through our online resources and publications.
at the University of Wyoming offers technical expertise in Commercial and Home Horticulture, Weeds and Pests, Native Plants and more!
trainees receive educational training in horticulture from UW Extension Educators and learn about botany, soils, flowers, trees, shrubs, lawns, vegetables, fruits, entomology, pesticide safety, and diagnosing plant problems.
Nutrition and Food Safety
at the University of Wyoming offers expertise in healthy eating, active living, food safety and preservation, and more.
University of Wyoming Extension, in partnership with the School of Energy Resources, welcomes you to Wyoming’s renewable energy
source for unbiased information about renewable energy and energy efficiency!
The purpose of the Wyoming Food Safety Coalition
shall be to educate the public as to food safety practices and to reduce the risk of food borne illness.
Integrated Pest Management
(IPM) is an approach to managing pests in and around schools that helps maintain a safe and healthy environment for students and staff and reduces exposure to pests and potentially harmful chemicals.