COOPERATIVE EXTENSION (CE)
programs can be found on all of the counties in the state.
Each county’s extension program is overseen by a CTAHR administrator who is responsible for all CTAHR resources and activities in the county. Dedicated county extension agents and specialists currently conduct our extension work, with the assistance of many additional support personnel throughout the state.
County agents are available for individual consultations and can provide educational workshops and short-courses covering topics in agriculture, home economics, family living, 4-H and other youth activities, nutrition, and health. Educational materials such as brochures, publications, and videos are also available at county extension offices for use by the general public. Services provided by county agents are generally free of charge, but workshops and other organized activities may have a nominal fee.