Extension & Outreach
Improving Our Lives Through Education
For more than 75 years, Pennsylvanians have relied on Penn State
Cooperative Extension for up-to-date information and new ways to
solve individual and community problems. Extension, an arm of the
land-grant university, is funded cooperatively by the U.S. Department
of Agriculture and state and county governments.
The backbone of this community-based educational network is people
working together-- extension agents, volunteers, and faculty sharing
the resources and expertise of Penn State with local residents.
Penn State Cooperative Extension-Bucks County offers a broad range
of educational programs in areas vital to the quality of life including:
- Agricultural Production
- Commercial Horticulture
- 4-H Youth Development
- Consumer Horticulture
- Food Safety/Human Nutrition
- Child Care Worker Training
- Family Resource Management
- Nutrition Education for Limited Resource Families
To learn more about extension educational programs and information
available, contact Penn State Cooperative Extension-Bucks County,
1282 Almshouse Road Neshaminy Manor Center, Doylestown, 18901. 215-345-3283;
weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Penn State Cooperative Extension
- Bucks Co.