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Phillips Rooks District


The Phillips-Rooks District is made up of Phillips and Rooks counties. We provide relevant, reliable information related to Agriculture, Family and Consumer Sciences, Horticulture, 4-H and Youth Development, Family Life, Healthy Living, and much more. 
Our philosophy is to help people help themselves by taking university knowledge to where people live, work, play, develop, and lead. We work at being responsive to the needs of the people by focusing our resources on providing quality information, education and problem-solving programs for real concerns.

COVID-19 Procedures and Resources from Extension

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we maneuver this COVID-19 pandemic.  As we move forward, all Extension events including 4-H will be meeting face-to-face with a virtual option and following local county and city public health authorities.  

As our society faces the challenges of maintaining health-oriented practices, social isolation, school closures, financial pressures and more, resources on the COVID-19 Extension page can help as you navigate through this challenging situation.

K-State Research and Extension specialists are subject matter experts in numerous aspects of life that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. They provide unbiased, fact-based help in these subjects free of charge for the benefit of everyone in Kansas and the rest of the world.

Upcoming Events - 2021

Finances and the Farm: An Online Class
For registration go to Kansas State University Noncredit Courses.
Virtual Crop Scouting School
For registration go to Crop Protection Network 2021 Virtual Crop Scout School
Beef insights
October 6
ATV Safety Rider Course
October 9
Mandan Boy Scout Camp
Dining with Diabetes
November 1-29
For registration go to Kansas Dining with Diabetes
Central Kansas Beef Summit
November 3
Phillips County Fair Building, Phillipsburg
For registration go to K-State Qualtrics Central KS Beef Summit
K-State Swine Day
November 18