Grow a more productive garden with a little imagination and hardworking plant combinations
Spring flowering trees and shrubs
Great retirements don't happen by accident. Tips for saving and investing your money.
Develop and maintain thoughtful and effective financial behaviors using these trusted methods.
A journey of wellness dedicated to awareness and the power of knowledge to help you on your health and wellness journey.
Empowering people to make healthy, respectful and responsible choices.
Nutrition and Wellness
Community and Economic Development
Participants in Illinois Extension Illini Science Scholars Program share their experiences in this unique opportunity.
The Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy guides efforts to improve water quality at home and downstream.
Gardening in Illinois including everything from vegetable gardening to native plants.
Where northern Illinois gardeners come to find out what's happening out in the yard.
Local and statewide information on a variety of current topics for home gardeners and market growers.
Helping new and experienced gardeners develop their skills and knowledge while encouraging everyone to enjoy the outdoors.
Archive of the most popular blog articles from Illinois Extension
Local Food Systems
The "Jungle" refers to Elizabeth Wahle's personal St. Louis Metro East garden and it provides the backdrop for her writings about building and sustaining viable food webs and ecosystems within the home landscape.
A blog for growers, consumers, and backyard gardeners to grow, eat, and connect in the local food system.
Connecting you with your food, farmers and community.
Know How. Know More. Connecting Food, Farmers, and Community
Ramping up local food production in the second-most populous county in the US.
The cattlemen's connection to timely topics, current research, and profitable management strategies.
All issues concerning Small Farms, Agriculture, Local Food Systems, and the Natural Resources.
Current topics about crop production in Western Illinois, including field crops research at the NWIARDC in Monmouth.
4-H’s learning opportunities are intentionally designed around four essential concepts necessary for positive youth development: a sense of belonging with a positive group, independence and self-determination, a spirit of generosity toward others, and a wide variety of opportunities to master life challenges.
Timely information, activities, and resources to help you stay connected to loved ones, the world around you, and yourself.