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MSU Extension improves the lives of Montana citizens by providing unbiased research-based education and information that integrates learning, discovery and engagement to strengthen the social, economic and environmental well-being of individuals, families, and communities.

A-DLC Courthouse

800 Main St.

Anaconda, MT 59711

Third Floor

(406) 563 – 4036

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Montana 4-H is the youth development program of MSU Extension. We believe today’s generation of youth are the possibility and promise of tomorrow, so we are investing in more than cows and blue ribbon cookie recipes. Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) projects are expanding the traditional 4-H youth experience. 4-H sets the standard for local and global leadership and citizenship opportunities. Making learning fun matters. New members and adult volunteers are welcome. Join us for dynamic, high-impact youth programs.

The Shutter Diagnostic Lab strives to safeguard Montana agriculture, landscapes and public spaces from plant pests by providing identification services, management advice, and education.

The MSU Extension Office understands the diverse and profound impacts of an active community including improved individual and public health, increased economic development, and an improvement of overall quality of life. We offer a variety of nutrition and fitness classes. Contact our office to learn more and live active locally.

  • Strong Women strength training
  • Stress Management behavioral health seminars
  • Eating Smart Being Active adult classes
  • Youth Understanding MyPlate (YUM) classes
  • Walk With Ease Arthritis education
  • Community walking groups
  • Outdoor recreation resources

Coming Soon!  Farm and Home

Resource on plant-based agriculture, home horticulture, and natural resource conservation

Coming Soon! Center for Civic Life

Resources and programs in Anaconda Deer Lodge County for community economic development

Montana MSU Extension
Agri-Business Survey


Kimberly RichardsonMSU Extension Agent