Situation Analysis Reports
Virginia Cooperative Extension takes pride in the premise that vital programming is based on the issues, problems, and needs of the people. A thorough analysis of the situation provides context for understanding and addressing these problems. Each local office updates their situation analysis every 4-5 years.
Situation Analysis Reports
Language Interpretation Services Now Available
If you have limited English skills, do not let that stop you from visiting an Extension office. If you have difficulty speaking or understanding English, our staff can serve you by connecting you to one of our Extension agents through a telephone-based interpreter. Interpretation for more than 200 languages is provided. This service is free to our clients. Read more
Halifax County 4-H Camp
Halifax County 4-H Camp will take place at the W.E. Skelton 4-H Educational Center at Smith Mountain Lake June 20-24, 2016.
Camp is for youth ages 9-13 years old and costs $225.
This year, we are celebrating 4-H through a Star Wars type theme: 4-H Knight, May the Clover be with You!
Registration will take place at the Halifax County VCE Office at 171 South Main Street Halifax, Virginia 24558 on Friday, April 8 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
A minimum deposit of $75.00 is required.
2016 Potpourri for Providers Early Childhood Education Conference
When: Saturday, August 20, 2016
Where: Central Virginia Community College, Lynchburg, VA
Time: 7:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Cost: $30 Registration if postmarked by August 1st, $35 if postmarked after August 1st and before August 10th . *Please note: due to the amount of pre-ordered supplies, NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER AUGUST 10TH .
Additional Information: All registrations include a boxed lunch.
2016 Potpourri for Providers Early Childhood Education Conference Flyer and Registration (PDF | 1MB)
Top 10 Items to Know for Virginia Forest Landowners
As a new landowner or landowner looking for new alternatives, you should consider taking time to gather the necessary tools and information prior to taking action on your forestland. Owning land is fulfilling in and of itself, but can become overwhelming when you think about all your management options. To help you, first, think about what should be done. This can be a matter of opinion if you ask any natural resource professional “what should I do?” Doing some homework first, then presenting ideas to your Extension Forester or State Forester in your county will save you both time and money – both of which most people find they can use more of. Here are some top 10 items forest landowners should consider BEFORE seeking help:
Top 10 Items to Know for Virginia Forest Landowners (PDF | 1MB)