Extension across region cancel events due to COVID-19

Extension cancellations in ND, SD, IA and MN

Extension services across the region are canceling or postponing events due to COVID-19. (Jenny Schlecht / Agweek)

North Dakota State University Extension:
NDSU has suspended all face-to-face events and meetings until April 5. This directive includes 4-H activities, programs taught by volunteers and all events sponsored by NDSU Extension. Check with your local county Extension office for updates: .

South Dakota State University Extension:
All SDSU Extension face-to-face programming through March 31 has been suspended, with the intent to resume scheduled activities in April. Staff will continue to serve clientele via telephone, website, social media, news releases and radio. Updates and cancellations are available at .

Iowa State Extension:
Most ISU Extension and Outreach events throughout the state through April 4 have been canceled. Some activities may be conducted via video or teleconferencing. For information on specific events, contact your ISU Extension and Outreach county office. ISU Extension and Outreach is still open for business, said John D. Lawrence, vice president for extension and outreach. Updates and cancellations are available at .

University of Minnesota Extension:
UMN Extension has canceled its in-person programs statewide through March 31, and Extension leaders will re-evaluate plans for future programs at that time. UMN Extension online programs will take place as scheduled and some in-person events may be moved online. UMN Extension county, regional and statewide offices remain open and employees will be at work. Updates will be provided at , and on the Extension's Facebook and Twitter pages.

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