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Welcome to Marion County Research and Extension. Your local K-State Research and Extension office is a tremendous resource for finding the information that you need. Love gardening? Check out our Lawn and Garden area. If you are interested in being a part of 4-H or being a volunteer, our 4-H Youth Development area has all of the information you need to get started. Visit Family and Consumer Sciences for information on Family and Child Development, Medicare and Aging, Nutrition and Wellness, and much more. Questions about Crops or Livestock...check out our Agriculture and Natural Resources Section!
Marion County Extension service is here to help all county residents by providing unbiased, research and evidence-based information they can rely on. Explore our website and if you don't find the answer you need, please feel free to contact us in person, by phone, or emailing the local Extension Agents.
The Marion County Extension Office is located at 202 S. 3rd, the Marion Courthouse Annex, in Marion, Kansas. Our office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can reach us by phone at (620) 382-2325.
Introducing...The Chisholm Trail District
Kansas will soon have 20 Extension Districts. Effective July 1, 2020, Finney and Scott Extension Councils have formed West Plains Extension District #19; and Dickinson and Marion County Extension Councils have created the Chisholm Trail Extension District #20.
Stay tuned for District Updates!
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Equal Opportunity Provider
"K-State Research and Extension is committed to providing equal opportunity for participation in all programs, services and activities. Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by contacting the, Marion County Extension Office, two weeks prior to the start of the event at 620-382-2325 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests received after this date will be honored when it is feasible to do so.”
K-State Research and Extension and Marion County Extension strive to make programs and events accessible to all Kansans who are otherwise eligible to participate in the activities. We recognize that accommodations may be requested orally and in person, up to the date of the event. However, the timing and manner of a request potentially reduces our ability to determine a reasonable accommodation. It is essential for the Accommodation Request Form to be filled out FIRST at the local level in collaboration with a local Extension professional to launch a formal accommodations process.
Because it can take time to plan for some accommodations, KSRE requests that this form be submitted no later than two weeks prior to the event or activity. Submitting a request for accommodation on shorter notice may reduce or limit our ability to implement the accommodations.
Upon receipt of the Accommodation Request Form and the Verification of Disability Form along with an in-person, virtual or phone intake process, an eligibility team will determine accommodations. The team may consist of KSRE and K-State Human Capital Services personnel as well as people knowledgeable about the day-to-day activities of the Extension user.
Following the eligibility meeting, persons requesting accommodations will be notified via email of the results.