1. Master Gardener Volunteer Training

    Oct. 06, 2021

    Would you like to learn more about gardening? Meet other like minded individuals?

    Become a Trumbull County Master Gardener Volunteer. You will get 50 hours of training in vegetables, flowers, trees, shrubs, soil, insects, diseases and more. In turn, you share your knowledge with others by answering questions, collaborating on service projects, presenting programs for both adults and children. 

    Join us for our next Virtual Master Gardener Volunteer Training. Click here to sign up online.

  2. CDA Professional Development

    Aug. 11, 2021

    CDA Training Now Available

    Go to our Webpage for more information and current class schedule. 

    For questions, please call Marie Economos at 330-638-6783 or email .


  3. Dining with Diabetes

    Apr. 05, 2021

    Virtual Dining With Diabetes

    Do you or someone you love have diabetes?  With 30 million diabetics in America, you are not alone! You will learn how to incorporate good, healthy cooking techniques and other practices to help control your blood sugar through our cooking school and nutrition education program designed for people with diabetes and their family members or caregivers. Join us for 4 interactive class sessions that you will learn to manage your diabetes by making healthy lifestyle choices. 


  4. Wednesdays in the Garden

    Feb. 03, 2021

    Wednesdays in the Gardens 2021 April - November

    Classes start at 6PM

    April 28 - Raised Bed Gardening

    May 12 - Vegetable Gardening for Beginners

    May 26 - Growing Succulents

    June 9 - Best Plants for Pollinators

    June 23 - Roses

    July 7 - Day Lillies

    July 21 - Coral Bells (Huchera)

    August 4 - Growing Herbs

    August 18 - When Should I Prune

    September 1 - Growing Garlic

    September 15 - Evaluating Your Garden

    September 29 - Fall Planting

    October 13 - Geraniums

  5. Food Safety Training

    Feb. 02, 2021

    The Ohio Department of Health requires all food service facilities to have at least one staff person who has completed an ODH approved Level 2 Food Safety training. OSU Extension has partnered with TAP Series to offer an online course which meets all ODH requirements and replaces the 15 hour (2 day) classroom study requirement. Total cost is only $150. All training modules are online and can be completed at your convenience. 

    Please contact Marie Economos at 330-638-6783 or to schedule your Level 2 Food Safety Course.

  6. 2021 Online PAT/Fert Recertification Announced

    Jan. 13, 2021

    2021 Pesticide Applicator Training 


    Please note the deadline for recertification has been extended to June 30, 2021. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Lee Beers at 330-638-6783 or email at

    Online training anytime at Ohio State University- Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) available after January 11th, 2021 -

  7. Parent to Parent Virtual Cafe

    Jan. 07, 2021

    Parent to Parent Vitual Cafe Connection

    Join us this January to share ideas, meet new friends and learn ways to Strengthen the Family's Emotional Health.

    Thursdays 12:30 PM - !:30 PM

    January 21, 28 and February 4

    Register at :

    When you register, you will receive a zoomlink to join the meeting.

  8. Canning: Smooth Cooktop Questions

    Sep. 08, 2020

    Canning Q & A

    Q: I have a smooth cooktop stove. Can I pressure can on my smooth cooktop?

    A: This burning issue depends upon a lot of factors. Some manufacturers of smooth cooktops put conditions on canning while others say to not can on them. Some pressure canner manufacturers do not recommend using them on a smooth top.

  9. Canning Shortage of Lids

    Aug. 24, 2020

    Canning Q & A

    Can't find canning lids (flats) anywhere! What can I do?

    First don't be tempted to reuse lids that have already been processed. It is safe to use lids one time only. Lids will last about 5 years so be cautious when obraining lids from friends and family that have been in storage. 

  10. USDA Summer Food Service Program

    Jun. 18, 2020

    The USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to fill the gap when children lose access to meals when schools are closed. Most often this occurs during summer vacation. However, during school closures related to the pandemic, meals are also being made available. You have the opportunity to supplement the food you have at home with meals and snacks for your children from local schools and community organizations.