East Central College’s financial aid department will hold a series of workshops to help students fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) over the course of several evenings.
The Foundation for Soy Innovation scholarship program is back for 2021, and is expanding for its second year.
The scholarships, made possible by contributions from Missouri's farmers, support students and early-career faculty who are working along the soy value chain, from agronomic research to developing new soy-based products.
Enrollment is open for the East Central College Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) program. AEL is registering students for both the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) preparation and English language classes in multiple locations throughout the region. The AEL program is free to everyone and there are both morning and evening classes available.
Persistent dry conditions may trick plants into dormancy and blooming with a second, sparser round of flowers, says University of Missouri Extension field horticulturist Patrick Byers.
Each year, the Wurdack Research Center, located in Cook Station, opens its doors to the public to share research findings and information related to agriculture and natural resources during its field day. This year is going to look a little bit different.
AgrAbility projects from 19 states, including Missouri, are part of the AgrAbility Virtual State Fair in October.