KEHA supports youth development through volunteer service, outreach and scholarship programs. KEHA members are dedicated to empowering our next generation by serving as 4-H club leaders, promoting literacy programs through public libraries, volunteering in local schools, supporting the Center for Courageous Kids and more.
Program and Staff Development 2016 Retreat
Wayne and Clinton County Extension Agents efforts resulted in a $15 million feed mill and southern Kentucky corn producers experienced and increased income of $1 million for the region.
Extension conducts Homebased Microprocessor trainings throughout Kentucky for farmers who desire to start home based food production businesses for value-added products such as jams, jellies, baked goods, pickles, salsa and canned vegetables.
2016 KY Extension Individual Diversity Award
Kevin Lindsay, Fayette County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development, received the 2016 Kentucky Extension Individual Diversity Award at the Kentucky State Extension Advisory Council Awards Banquet held Wednesday evening, March 23, 2016 at the Embassy Suites