County Extension Offices
The MSU Extension Service offers science-based information, hands-on help, educational workshops, and problem-solving experts to all Mississippians, and these resources are no farther away than the county office. Local agents and staff receive training in a wide range of subject matter and are ready to share their enthusiasm about agriculture, natural resources, community development, family and consumer sciences, and 4-H.
Whether you’re interested in specific programs and organizations such as Master Gardeners, Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers, Master Clothing Volunteers, Master Naturalists, Master Health Volunteers, or just need answers to your pressing questions, call your county Extension office. If they don’t know the answer, they’ll find someone who does!
Angus Catchot assumed the role of interim head of the Mississippi State University Central Mississippi Research and Extension Center Sept. 1. Catchot, who is currently the associate director of operations for the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, will provide temporary leadership for the center’s faculty and staff, as well as the region’s branch experiment stations.
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- The Mississippi State University Extension Service is modifying its administrative structure to commit more resources for county level staffing.
Upon Steve Martin’s return to his primary role as MSU Extension associate director Nov. 16, his title changed to Associate Director for County Operations.
POPLARVILLE, Miss. — The Mississippi State University Extension Service in Pearl River County has a new temporary location after the building housing its office sustained irreparable damage from an overnight fire.
Located at 204 South Julia Street in Poplarville behind the county courthouse, the facility is scheduled to be operational by April 16. The main office number, 601-403-2280, is still active for clients in need of assistance. MSU Extension operations in Pearl River County will take place at this location indefinitely.
Following its 2020 cancellation, the Mississippi State University Extension Service’s Row Crop Short Course hosted 675 people from Mississippi and neighboring states.