The Hagerstown Town and Country Almanack has recently partnered with PennState Extension of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, who has agreed to share its vast wealth of science-based agricultural and dairy knowledge and guidance, providing relevant content in the form of articles for its annual hardcopy publication, content pages and links to additional information on its website (www.almanack.com), video interviews posted on The Hagerstown Town and Country Almanack Channel on YouTube, and posts going out over its vast social media landscape.
The Almanack is working directly with Karly Regan, Vegetables and Small Fruits Educator and Cassie Yost, Dairy Educator. Karly Regan is a commercial horticulture educator in Franklin County covering vegetables and small fruit with a focus on integrated pest management, soil health. and horticultural crop production. Karly be reached at the Franklin County Office at 717-263-9226 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Cassie Yost joined The Extension in 2016. Her expertise is in calf and heifer management. She also works with the Dairy Business Team conducting on-farm financial analyses for dairy farms. Cassie can be reached at the Franklin County Office or by email at email@example.com.
PennState Extension Programs
Franklin County 4-H Program
Master Gardener Program
PennState Extension Articles
Vegetables and Small Fruits
Integrate Pest Management
Dairy, Heifer & Calf Management
Marveling Over Milk!
The Dangers of Dairy Farming
Best dairy and aricultural practices to follow through the coming winter.
Penn State Extension (Franklin County Office)
181 Franklin Farm Lane
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17202
Franklin County Office Direcctory
Penn State Extension (Main Office)
The Pennsylvania State University
323 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802