Jesse Fulbright is the MSU Liberty County Extension Agent. He started working for the county in February 2010. Jesse moved here from Washington with his wife, Carol. They have two sons, Martin and Trent.
Montana State University Extension is an agency that provides unbiased, research based information to the public free of charge. The Extension Office provides information for four main areas: Family and Consumer Science, Agriculture, Youth Development and Community and Economic Development.
Agriculture programs have been and still continue to be a dominant feature of MSU Extension. Various classes, seminars, and individual consults are offered throughout the year on small grains, horticulture and livestock issues. Pesticide applicator’s tests for aquiring an applicator’s license are administered through the extension office. Classes are available through the extension office for applicators to keep their license current.
The Family and Consumer Science area provides information, seminars, and individual consultations on all issues relating to the family such as: family finances, food and nutrition, parenting skills, housing, clothing and textiles.
Youth Development is concentrated in two programs:
- School enrichment programs which provide educational seminars to area schools relating to family and consumer science.
- The 4-H program. This is the major youth development program that MSU Extension provides. Liberty County youth ages 5 through 18 can participate in clubs throughout the county. the 4-H club work, along with individual project work, focuses on developing life skills.
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