Friday, January 23, 2015

February 8 - 15, 2015

2/9/15Toss Your Hat in the Ring webinar, 7:00 - 8:00 PM (EDT/EST). Cost: $25. For all those people who have ever thought about serving on their school board, borough council or township board – here’s your chance to learn how to do it.

The webinar includes: an overview of Pennsylvania local government and the responsibilities of a township supervisor, a borough council member, or a school board director; and instructions on how to run: filing a petition, reporting campaign expenses and other important information

The workshop won’t offer campaign tips or strategies; rather the focus is on understanding the roles, responsibilities and personal rewards that come with public service. Register online no later than February 9 at http://www.cvent.com/events/toss-your-hat-in-the-ring-webinar/fees-730409e44cb446ee92b09903b175ccca.aspx

2/10/15Technology Tuesdays: Handling Manure with Gypsum Bedding free online workshop, 8:30 -10:00 AM (EDT/EST). This is part of a series that includes presentations on dairy farm facilities design, dairy cattle behavior, nutrition, financing and labor. Gypsum recycled from dry wall is used to supplement traditional bedding materials with agronomic, milk quality, and cow health benefits. But once in the manure storage, gypsum bedding is a source of sulfur that leads to increased hydrogen sulfide gas production. This toxic gas is commonly found at deadly levels in enclosed manure pits, though dangerous levels are found even around outdoor open-air storages during agitation of gypsum manure. This webinar will feature a USDA-NRCS/ Penn State Extension demonstration on how to decrease hydrogen sulfide release at agitation and a discussion of personal gas monitor usefulness. The presenter is Eileen Wheeler, Professor of Ag and Bio Engineering, Penn State Extension. For more information about the series visit http://extension.psu.edu/animals/dairy/events. Register for free online no later than noon the day before at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TechnologyTuesdays1314

2/10/15 – One in a series of free Penn State Extension Green Infrastructure webinar, 12:00 - 1:00 PM (EDT/EST). The topic is Green Infrastructure at Multiple Scales. The presenter is Ms. Karen Firehock, Executive Director, Green Infrastructure Center.

As we continue to change our landscapes, converting fields and forests to buildings, parking lots and lawns, we fragment forests and other productive landscapes and impact our streams, lakes and rivers with polluted stormwater runoff. Learn how Green Infrastructure is helping to conserve viable natural resources and capture, infiltrate and evapotranspire rain where it falls. Green Infrastructure improves both the quality of life and environment in our communities.

The Green Infrastructure Webinar Series explores how green infrastructure can put our communities and our landscapes on the road to sustainability. The first in this series will concentrate on introducing Green Infrastructure and structural systems such as bioswales, green roofs and stormwater management. Beginning in late summer, the webinars will discuss non-structural topics such as open space conservation, green infrastructure elements, natural resource conservation standards, and conflict resolution.

Green infrastructure includes all the interconnected natural systems in a landscape, such as intact forests, woodlands, wetlands, parks and rivers, or agricultural soils that provide clean water, air quality, wildlife habitat and food. By considering these natural systems as ‘infrastructure,’ we can begin to assign appropriate values to them. They are important to our lives and livelihoods. They provide stormwater treatment, energy savings, aesthetic values, improved community health and a sustainable local economy. This webinar will cover the need to evaluate and catalog green infrastructure as the first stage of land planning, in order to ensure the long-term ecological, social and economic health of our communities as well as how to better integrate green infrastructure into the developed landscape. Learn how to evaluate and utilize landscape features to create both vibrant environments and economies at multiple scales. Already developed landscapes can be redesigned to more healthful with a green infrastructure strategy.

For more information and registration visit http://extension.psu.edu/green-infrastructure or contact Vincent Cotrone, Penn State Extension Urban Forester at vjc1@psu.edu

To view the webinar visit https://meeting.psu.edu/pacommunityforestry

2/10/15Northeast Woody/Warm-Season Biomass Consortium webinar, 1:00 - 2:00 PM (EDT/EST). The topic is EcoWillow 2.0: Updated Economic Analysis of Shrub Willow Crops. EcoWillow is a financial analysis tool for willow biomass crops originally developed by SUNY-ESF in 2008 based on 20 years of research and commercial development of the industry. This tool has been downloaded by over 1000 users in 70 countries around the world.

The model has now been comprehensively updated based on the latest data from commercial willow operations in the northeastern U.S and re-released as EcoWillow 2.0. Key updates to the model include a new "fields" module for the inclusion of multiple field locations, transport distances, and headland areas in one project analysis; an updated harvest module based on time-motion studies of the latest harvesting technology developed in partnership with Case New Holland; and a more user-friendly design.

This webinar will explain and demonstrate some of the new features of EcoWillow 2.0 in more detail, provide a brief tutorial, model several example crop production scenarios showing the impact of key variables on production costs and profitability, and answer questions about the model and its use. The EcoWillow 2.0 model and several supporting fact sheets are available for download at no cost at http://www.esf.edu/willow/download.htm.

If possible, please download the model and supporting documentation and familiarize yourself with this information and the tutorial on the last tab of the model prior to the webinar. Presented by Justin Heavey, Senior Research Support Specialist, Forest & Natural Resources Management, SUNY ESF, and Timothy Volk, Senior Research Associate, Forest & Natural Resources Management, SUNY ESF.

To view the webinar visit https://meeting.psu.edu/bioenergy

2/10/15PA Forest Stewardship Webinar: White-tailed-Deer: Pennsylvania’s Keystone Species, 1:00 - 2:00 PM and 7:00 – 8:00 PM (EDT/EST). White-tailed deer are a valuable, renewable, natural resource enjoyed by many. They have the widest distribution of any large animal found in North America. White-tailed deer are also known as a keystone species or keystone herbivore because of their ability to impact many other organisms. This presentation will introduce you to white-tailed deer biology, habitat requirements for food, cover, water and space, and lastly management practices to improve food and cover availability and balance deer populations with available habitat. It is important to maintain "healthy" deer populations so they can be enjoyed by future generations. The presenter is Dave Jackson, Natural Resources Extension Educator, Penn State Extension – Centre County. To view the webinar visit https://meeting.psu.edu/paforestweb/

2/10/15First of 8 session Freedom from Smoking course, 6:00 – 7:00 PM, Penn State Extension, 514 Broad St, Milford PA 18337. Meeting dates are: 2/10, 2/17, 2/24, 2/26, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24. Cost: $40 for 8 classes. Freedom from Smoking will help you accomplish your goals with a supportive, structured step-by-step plan. Pre-registration, including payment, is required by February 6. For more information, call 570-296-3400 or send an e-mail to PikeExt@psu.edu

2/11/15 –  Grazing Guides for Dairy Systems: Collecting a Forage Sample and Interpreting the Analysis free online workshop, 1:00 - 2:00 PM (EDT/EST). Dairy producers have adopted grazing systems in an attempt to reduce the input costs and increase the profit margin per cow. This webinar series will cover current research and basic management issues of interest to experienced, novice, conventional and/or organic, dairy grazers and industry representatives that support them. Providing adequate and balanced nutrition is important for maintaining production and animal health for both grazing and non-grazing dairy herds.  The first step to achieving adequate and balanced nutrition is to know what you are feeding your cows. The presenter is Mat Haan, PSU Extension. For more information about the series visit http://extension.psu.edu/animals/dairy/courses/grazing-guides-for-dairy-systems-webinar-series. Register for free online no later than noon the day before at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/?sm=TI3UsY8fjs2r5UO062Vkla9g65kJRdUVLyR3uPwuw3E%3d

2/11/15Meet the Author webinar, 2:00 – 3:00 PM. Throughout the start of 2015, the National 4-H Council will be hosting 45 minute overview webinars on new 4-H curriculum materials! The sessions will include a 30 minute overview by the authors and 15 minutes of Q&A. Delve into activities included in the curriculum and ask questions about implementation in various settings. These webinars are open to anyone -- professionals, volunteers, parents, etc. We hope to “see” you there. Topic: Soil to Seed: Protecting Water Quality through Soil Erosion, Sediment and Turbidity Control. Authors: Liz Driscoll and Melanie McCaleb, North Carolina State University; Learning Level: High School (adaptable for younger age groups); Format: Facilitator Guide. Soil to Seed is designed to cultivate youth understanding of the principles of erosion and sediment control. Using the 4-H Experiential Learning Model and hands-on lessons, the curriculum focuses on the fundamental mechanics behind erosion and sedimentation, assessing physical spaces for evidence of these processes, and eventually building their knowledge base of how to manage and control soil loss and deposition. Each lesson is crafted to build life skills that can be used in any context, fostering critical thinking, teamwork, record keeping, collaboration and communication. Pre-registration is required by visiting the 4-H on24 Portal at http://portal.on24.com/view/channel/index.html?showId=897406&showCode=national4hcouncil

2/13/15Childcare Provider Workshop: Defining Your Destiny - The Basics, 8:30 – 10:30 AM, Head Start, 110 N. 3rd St., 2nd Fl, Lehighton, PA 18235. Fee: $7. Engage in action research to address a classroom challenge or support continuous quality improvement (CQI) efforts.  Are you feeling disengaged or unfulfilled with your work? Based on the book "Happy at Work: 60 Ways to Stay Engaged and Be Successful," participants will learn methods for becoming more productive, engaged, and fulfilled at work and life. Participants will define and evaluate their success in life and work, not by how society defines success, but through their happiness and engagement. Administrator/supervisor participants will be introduced to strategies that can make the workplace more fun and engaging. This is a motivational class that will challenge participants to complete activity steps toward self-discovery, lasting change, and attaining the work and personal life desired. Registration, including payment, is required by February 12.  Call 570-325-2788 Ext. 3803 for more information or visit the PA Keys website at https://www.pakeys.org/pages/get.aspx to register.

2/13/15Childcare Provider Workshop: Morning Meeting Makeover, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM, Head Start, 110 N. 3rd St., 2nd Fl, Lehighton, PA 18235. Fee: $7. Does your circle time or morning meeting keep children engaged?  Are you becoming bored with the same old routine of counting the days of the week, reporting on the weather, and singing the good morning song?  If so, this class is for you.  Participants will learn new and exciting ways to engage all children in circle time, create a community of caring learners, energize this part of the daily routine, and relate the activities to the Early Learning Standards.  Come prepared for an energized session where active participation is encouraged (but not required). Registration, including payment, is required by February 12.  Call 570-325-2788 Ext. 3803 for more information or visit the PA Keys website at https://www.pakeys.org/pages/get.aspx to register.
AM – 1:00 PM, Head Start, 110 N. 3rd St., 2nd Fl,

2/14/15Rough Riders 4-H Horse Club meeting, 10:00 AM, Pocono Ranchlands Stable, Bushkill, PA 18324. 4-H is open to youth ages 5 - 18. For more information, call 570-296-3400 or visit http://tinyurl.com/ncagxy4

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

February 1 - 7, 2015

2/2/15Childcare Provider Workshop: Bullies be Gone: Promoting Positive Social Emotional Development, 6:30 – 8:30 PM, Pike County Administration Building, 506 Broad St, Milford PA 18337. Fee: $7. Bullying and its outcome is becoming a major concern in today’s society. Participants will learn strategies to counter bullying and build social competence in children. Registration, including payment, is required by 5:00 PM, January 31.  Call 570-296-3400 for more information or visit the PA Keys website at https://www.pakeys.org/pages/get.aspx to register. This educational program for early education professionals and parents is offered as part of a statewide Penn State Extension program to support quality early learning.

2/3/15Wild Acres 4-H Club meeting, 1:30 – 3:00 PM, Wild Acres Club House, near 101 Clubhouse Drive, Dingmans Ferry PA 18328. 4-H is

open to youth ages 5 - 18. The leaders are Brianne Phillips and Melissa DeJoseph. Call 570-296-3400 for more information or visit http://tinyurl.com/ncagxy4

2/4/15Meet the Author webinar, 12:00 – 1:00 PM. Throughout the start of 2015, the National 4-H Council will be hosting 45 minute overview webinars on new 4-H curriculum materials! The sessions will include a 30 minute overview by the authors and 15 minutes of Q&A. Delve into activities included in the curriculum and ask questions about implementation in various settings. These webinars are open to anyone -- professionals, volunteers, parents, etc. We hope to “see” you there. Topic: WeConnect: A Global Citizenship Curriculum. Authors: Jennifer Skuza and Jennifer Russo, University of Minnesota; Learning Level: Middle School (adaptable for younger and older age groups); Format: Facilitator Guide. WeConnect is a program model and curriculum designed to show youth that they are participants of a global society, inspiring a sense of understanding and confidence in relating and connecting to other people. The program model is designed clubs, afterschool programs, camps, or school enrichment. The curriculum includes a coordinated series of experiential and interactive exercises that prepare youth to thrive in culturally diverse settings. The curriculum includes 20 lessons in four sections: exploring, stretching, challenging, and connecting. Pre-registration is required by visiting the 4-H on24 Portal at http://portal.on24.com/view/channel/index.html?showId=897406&showCode=national4hcouncil


2/4/152015 Green Industry Winter Update webinar, 1:00 – 3:00 PM. Fee: $10/session. Topics: Top Tips for Pesticide Applicators; approved for (2) core credits. The presenter is Bill Riden, Penn State Pesticide Education Specialist. Using pesticides in a safe and effective manner is of utmost importance. This presentation brings to the forefront some valuable tips to help pesticide applicators safety and responsibly mix and; and Pest and Disease Management for Herbaceous Ornamentals; approved for (2) credits in Categories 18, 22, 23, & Private. The presenter is Sinclair Adam, Penn State Extension Educator.  Sinclair Adam, Director of the Penn State Trial Gardens at Landisville, will discuss pests and diseases seen at the Penn State Trial Gardens and at Pennsylvania production greenhouses and nurseries in the summer of 2014. He will describe diagnosis and discuss management using cultural, biological and chemical management. This presentation will help participants recognize pests and diseases on annual and perennial herbaceous ornamental and correct the pest problems. Pre-registration is required by February 3 by visiting http://extension.psu.edu/plants/green-industry/events

2/4/15Meet the Author webinar, 2:00 – 3:00 PM. Throughout the start of 2015, the National 4-H Council will be hosting 45 minute overview webinars on new 4-H curriculum materials! The sessions will include a 30 minute overview by the authors and 15 minutes of Q&A. Delve into activities included in the curriculum and ask questions about implementation in various settings. These webinars are open to anyone -- professionals, volunteers, parents, etc. We hope to “see” you there. Topic: My Financial Future: A Financial Literacy Curriculum. Authors Michael Gutter and Judy Levings, University of Florida; Learning Level: Middle and High School (Beginner and Advanced Levels); Format: 2 Youth Notebooks, 1 Facilitator Guide. The My Financial Future curriculum was designed to teach youth about financial literacy concepts while encouraging them to plan for their own financial future. Concepts include earning income, career planning, record keeping, banks and credit unions, saving, investing, and balancing a budget. The activities can be used as stand-alone lessons or part of a sequenced, interactive learning experience. Perfect for a club model, afterschool program, camps, or school enrichment. Pre-registration is required by visiting the 4-H on24 Portal at http://portal.on24.com/view/channel/index.html?showId=897406&showCode=national4hcouncil

2/5/15Pesticide Applicator Certification Examinations, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Penn State Extension office, 724 Phillips St, Suite 201, Stroudsburg PA 18360. Pre-registration is not required. You can find more about the exam fees, categories, and courses by visiting the Pesticide Education Program online at http://www.pested.psu.edu/applicators/certification

2/5/15Knitting Kids 4-H Club meeting, 6:00 – 7:30 PM, Penn State Extension office, 514 Broad St, Milford PA 18337. Meetings will be cancelled not rescheduled if inclement weather or schools close. 4-H is open to youth ages 5 - 18. For more information on this club and other 4-H opportunities, call 570-296-3400 or visit http://tinyurl.com/ncagxy4

2/6/15Registration deadline for Freedom from Smoking course starting on February 10, 6:00 – 7:00 PM, Penn State Extension office, 514 Broad St, Milford PA 18337. Meeting dates are: 2/10, 2/17, 2/24, 2/26, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24. Cost: $40 for 8 classes. Freedom from Smoking will help you accomplish your goals with a supportive, structured step-by-step plan. Pre-registration, including payment, is required by February 6. For more information, call 570-296-3400 or send an e-mail to PikeExt@psu.edu

2/6/15 - Bows on Fire 4-H Archery Club meeting, 4:00 – 6:30 PM, Archery Adventures, 301 E Harford St, Milford PA 18337. This club is open to youth ages 10 – 18. For more information on this club and other 4-H opportunities, call 570-296-3400 or visit http://tinyurl.com/ncagxy4

2/7/15Childcare Provider Workshop: Strengthening Relationships with
Children, Families, & Colleagues pt 1, 8:30 – 10:30 AM, Penn State Extension, 724 Phillips St, Ste 201, Stroudsburg PA 18360. Fee: $7. This 2 part workshop will have participants share, discuss and implement best practices that can be used to develop and strengthen relationships. They will leave with a different level of awareness of how their own experiences, temperament and backgrounds influence the relationships they have or want to build.  Participants will reflect on their feeling about parent participation in their programs and leave with ideas on ways to build stronger home school connection in their own program. Registration, including payment, is required by February 6.  Call 570-421-6430 for more information or visit the PA Keys website at https://www.pakeys.org/pages/get.aspx to register. This educational program for early education professionals and parents is offered as part of a statewide Penn State Extension program to support quality early learning.

2/7/15Free Introduction to Beekeeping Seminar, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Penn State Extension Conference Room, 648 Park Street – Suite E, Honesdale, PA 18431. Area individuals, interested in learning about Beekeeping, will have an opportunity to learn about:  ordering and placing “package bees and a queen” into a hive, Spring-time management of hives, summer-time management of a hive, fall extracting of honey and winter preparation and management of a bee hive. While the program is free, pre-registration is requested by calling 570-253-5970, ext. 4110, or, by email at:  WayneExt@psu.edu

2/7/15Childcare Provider Workshop: Strengthening Relationships with
Children, Families, & Colleagues pt 2, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Penn State Extension, 724 Phillips St, Ste 201, Stroudsburg PA 18360. Fee: $7. This 2 part workshop will have participants share, discuss and implement best practices that can be used to develop and strengthen relationships. They will leave with a different level of awareness of how their own experiences, temperament and backgrounds influence the relationships they have or want to build.  Participants will reflect on their feeling about parent participation in their programs and leave with ideas on ways to build stronger home school connection in their own program. Registration, including payment, is required by February 6. Call 570-421-6430 for more information or visit the PA Keys website at https://www.pakeys.org/pages/get.aspx to register. This educational program for early education professionals and parents is offered as part of a statewide Penn State Extension program to support quality early learning.

2/7/15Horse & Pony 4-H club meeting, 1:00 PM, GAIT Therapeutic Riding Center, 514 Foster Hill Road, Milford PA 18337. 4-H is open to youth ages 5 - 18. Call 570-296-3400 for more information or visit http://tinyurl.com/ncagxy4

Friday, January 9, 2015

January 25 - 31, 2015

1/26/15Toss Your Hat in the Ring workshop, 7:00– 9:00 PM, Penn State Extension office, 724 Phillips St, Suite 201, Stroudsburg PA 18360.  The Snow date is February 4, same time & location. For all those people who have ever thought about serving on their school board, borough council or township board – here’s your chance to learn how to do it. You can help make decisions about how your community will grow, what shape the streets are in, and which services are most important. Land use, growth policies, infrastructure improvements and taxation are some of the more obvious areas of concern. The workshop will focus on understanding the roles, responsibilities and personal rewards that come with public service. Registration is $25/person; visit http://extension.psu.edu/community/ecd/courses/toss-your-hat-in-the-ring to register or call 570-421-6430. For more information about program content, contact Peter Wulfhorst at 570-296-3400.

1/28/15Water Resources Webinar: What Is Live Staking? An Easyand Affordable Method for Improving Stream Banks, 12:00 - 1:00 PM (EDT/EST). The presenters are Jennifer Fetter and Kristin Kyler, Penn State Extension. To view the webinar visit https://meeting.psu.edu/water1

1/28/15Meet the Author webinar, 12:00 – 1:00 PM. Throughout the start of 2015, the National 4-H Council will be hosting 45 minute overview webinars on new 4-H curriculum materials! The sessions will include a 30 minute overview by the authors and 15 minutes of Q&A. Delve into activities included in the curriculum and ask questions about implementation in various settings. These webinars are open to anyone -- professionals, volunteers, parents, etc. We hope to “see” you there. Topic: Understanding and Applying Veterinary Science. Authors: Martin Smith and Cheryl Meehan, University of California, Davis; Learning Level: High School; Format: Facilitator Guide. Dive into the new Understanding and Applying Veterinary Science 4-H curriculum! Find out from the authors how the content is applicable across species and can be used through a variety of 4-H delivery modes. Topics include basic animal care, emerging issues in biomedical research, and food safety. The activities in the curriculum are ideal for small group-learning environments. Learners construct understanding through inquiry, observations, and personal reflection. Pre-registration is required by visiting the 4-H on24 Portal at http://portal.on24.com/view/channel/index.html?showId=897406&showCode=national4hcouncil

1/28/15Meet the Author webinar, 2:00 – 3:00 PM. Throughout the start of 2015, the National 4-H Council will be hosting 45 minute overview webinars on new 4-H curriculum materials! The sessions will include a 30 minute overview by the authors and 15 minutes of Q&A. Delve into activities included in the curriculum and ask questions about implementation in various settings. These webinars are open to anyone -- professionals, volunteers, parents, etc. We hope to “see” you there. Topic: Build Your Future: Choices, Connections, Careers. Authors: Deb Barrett and Laurie Rivetto, Michigan State University; Learning Level: High School; Format: 1 Youth Career Journal, Facilitator Guide. From exploring potential jobs to starting their own business, the Build Your Future curriculum helps teens develop skills and knowledge in career exploration. Participants experience a variety of learning methods such as developing a business plan, competing in a quiz bowl, creating a portfolio, analyzing case studies, and reflecting on their experiences. Nine engaging activities provide a fun structure to help teens learn about their choices, make important connections, and plan successful and meaningful careers. Pre-registration is required by visiting the 4-H on24 Portal at http://portal.on24.com/view/channel/index.html?showId=897406&showCode=national4hcouncil

1/29/15Toss Your Hat in the Ring workshop, 7:00– 9:00 PM, Penn State Extension office, 648 Park Street, Suite E, Honesdale PA 18431.  The Snow date is February 3, same time & location. For all those people who have ever thought about serving on their school board, borough council or township board – here’s your chance to learn how to do it. You can help make decisions about how your community will grow, what shape the streets are in, and which services are most important. Land use, growth policies, infrastructure improvements and taxation are some of the more obvious areas of concern. The workshop will focus on understanding the roles, responsibilities and personal rewards that come with public service. Registration is $25/person; visit http://extension.psu.edu/community/ecd/courses/toss-your-hat-in-the-ring to register or call 570-253-5970 ext 4110. For more information about program content, contact Peter Wulfhorst at 570-296-3400.

1/30/15 - Rock Ridge Ranchers 4-H Club meeting, 6:30 – 8:00 PM, Rock Ridge Ranch, 1734 Route 739, Dingmans Ferry PA 18328. Join the leaders for hands-on learning. Horse ownership is not required. 4-H is open to youth ages 5 - 18. For more information on this club and other 4-H opportunities, call 570-296-3400 or visit http://tinyurl.com/ncagxy4

1/31/15Registration deadline for the Childcare Provider Workshop: Bullies be Gone: Promoting Positive Social Emotional Development on February 2, 6:30 – 8:30 PM, Pike County Administration Building, 506 Broad St, Milford PA 18337. Fee: $7. Bullying and its outcome is becoming a major concern in today’s society. Participants will learn strategies to counter bullying and build social competence in children. Registration, including payment, is required.  Call 570-296-3400 for more information or visit the PA Keys website at https://www.pakeys.org/pages/get.aspx to register. This educational program for early education professionals and parents is offered as part of a statewide Penn State Extension program to support quality early learning.


CANCELED - 1/31/15Banish Winter Blues with a Garden in the Snow, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM, Pike County Public Library, 119 East Harford Street, Milford PA 18337. Fee: $5. Dreaming of Spring? Hunt for some potting soil, duct tape, and an empty milk jug, and you can cultivate your garden in the depths of winter. Winter-sown seedlings yield hardy, vigorous plants, and go from container to garden with no hardening off. In this hands-on workshop, learn the secrets of winter-sowing annuals, perennials, vegetables, and herbs, and create your own mini-greenhouse. Registration, including payment, is required by January 29. For more information visit http://extension.psu.edu/pike/events, call 570-296-3400 or e-mail PikeExt@psu.edu