The Agriculture and Natural Resources program provides non-formal education in the areas of agricultural production, homeowner plantings, and natural resource utilization. Specific programs include information on food production, farm business management, marketing and processing agricultural products, natural resource management and home lawn and garden information.We address issues dealing with environmental stewardship, the rural-urban interface, and value-added enterprises.

Kenton County Agriculture & Natural Resources also offers educational opportunities to producers and agribusinesses on crops, diseases, pest management, farm and business management, risk management, erosion control, livestock management, and water quality. 

Dan AllenKenton County Extension Agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources

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