Agriculture & Natural Resources

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Agriculture & Natural Resources

The ANR program provides education, training and technical assistance to individuals and businesses concerned with farming, agribusiness, & community development.

Extension is all about relationships. I look forward to meeting with you and assisting you in reaching your farm goals through research-based information, technical services, and local expertise. I hope to see you soon!

Lindie Huffman, County ANR Agent

Lindie Huffman head shot in vegetable jumpsuit with blue background


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ANR in Action

Pendleton ANR Services

Services of Pendleton County ANR

Soil Sampling

Soil sampling is foundational to healthy gardens, crops, & livestock. Each Pendleton County Resident receives 20 free samples per year with recommendations tailored to help your crops flourish. To sample: *collect bags & probe from the PCEO *take 10-15 cores from each area/field *fill bags with soil (2 cups minimum) *drop off at extension office & staff will assist with paperwork

What Is Agriculture and Natural Resources?

Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) is a program area of the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. Extension ANR programs are part of the outreach program of the University Of Kentucky College Of Agriculture. We provide informal education in agricultural production and environmental stewardship.   

Departmental specialists, researchers, and county agents develop and implement ANR programs. In addition to production agriculture, a small staff of Extension Associates provides focused assistance to state and county staff on interdisciplinary and critical-need programs. These programs may deal with the interface between production agriculture and environmental stewardship. Associates also address the relationship between farmers and non-farm rural and urban citizens. Our programs make a difference in the lives of millions of Kentuckians through research-based education.

Working with our other land grant partner, Kentucky State University, we extend the resources of the University to the people in their local communities. County agents serve as the link between people in every Kentucky county and experts in the universities. They coordinate and provide educational programs for the public through meetings and workshops, field days, personal communications, and web or satellite broadcasts. Agents also provide publications, newsletters, computer programs, videos, and other educational materials.

Jennifer Brett

Extension Assistant, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Family and Consumer Science, 4-H Youth Development

(859) 654-3395 Pendleton County Extension Office 45 David Pribble Drive, Falmouth, Kentucky 41040

Lindie N. Huffman

Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources

(859) 654-3395 Pendleton County Extension Office 45 David Pribble Drive, Falmouth, Kentucky 41040