Carlisle County Cooperative Extension Service
140 SR 123 Suite B
P.O. Box 518
Bardwell, KY 42023
Phone: (270) 628-5458
8:00 am – 12:00 pm; 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
The Carlisle County Cooperative Extension Service is part of the University of Kentucky's off-campus information network. We connect you to UK and the world. We deliver information, education and solutions. We also grow ideas which result in better communities, stronger local economies and healthier lives. The information we deliver is based on the latest scientific research. You can utilize our services to discover a wealth of expert, scientific information about many subjects and issues related to agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences, 4-H and youth development and community and economic development. If we do not know the answer, we can find it! We are your UK CONNECTION!
Agriculture and Natural Resources
The Carlisle County Extension Agriculture program provides education, training and technical assistance to individuals and businesses concerned with profitable agriculture. Our educational programs include information on food and fiber production, farm business management, marketing and processing agricultural products, natural resource management and home lawn and garden information. Extension is the major provider of research-based information and education for agricultural producers, agri-businesses, retailers and consumers.
Family & Consumer Sciences
The goal of the Family & Consumer Sciences program is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families in Carlisle County. We want to help the residents of our county meet new challenges in a changing environment. We focus on our clients' economic and social well-being through programs that help people extend their incomes, improve their health and strengthen their personal and family relationships.
We help communities resolve locally determined problems with objective information and educational assistance. We also develop community leadership potential. We help communities determine long-range programs of action on such issues as economic development, community service, land use, solid waste and community resource management.