Rory Lewandowski

County Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources

Rory Lewandowski

County Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources


Responsible for…

•Integrated Pest Management scouting program

•Ruminant livestock production programs

•Forage and pasture management programs

•Agronomic and crop production programs

•Home horticulture programs

•Natural resources education


Getting to Know Rory…

Rory and his wife Marcia live outside of Wooster.  They have two grown children who are both working in the medical field.  In his spare time Rory enjoys gardening and working outdoors.


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The average American spends about 7.7 hours a day sitting. That includes work time, commute time and relaxing time at home in the evening. That sedentary lifestyle has been shown to be costly for us and for our employers, and the study from Vanderbilt University titles it “Sitting Disease”.
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What is your favorite, go-to recipe on a typical cool, crisp fall day when there’s not much time to cook? We’ve talked in the past about how important it is to have family meals together, even if it’s only a few minutes, the efforts are valuable. We know that meals at home are generally more nutritious and include more fruits, vegetables, lowfat dairy and whole grains than when we eat on the run at fast food restaurants. Here are a couple of additional tips to make mealtime a little smoother on a hectic night:
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The Wayne County Extension office is here to serve you. We gratefully acknowledge the continued help and support of our local county commissioners Ann Obrecht, Scott Wiggam, and Jim Carmichael. Their input and participation into our programming efforts is appreciated.
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Have a gardening question? Ask a master gardener!
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A dairy MPP educational meeting will be held on November 5 at Fisher Auditorium from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. The meeting will cover an overview of the dairy provisions in the 2014 farm bill, provide a closer look at the MPP provision including terminology and logistics of the program and walk participants through the use of the on-line decision tool with specific examples.
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Late planted corn combined with a cooler than average summer has resulted in a delayed harvest season this year. Many corn growers are putting off harvest waiting for corn grain moisture content to drop in hopes of minimizing mechanical drying costs. This strategy has some risks.
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Find recent "Grazing School" presentations on-line here!
The "Pastures for Profit" grazing school is a comprehensive course in Management Intensive Grazing
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Do Wildlife enjoy your Garden more than you do?
When planning your garden, don't forget your plan to exclude the wildlife!
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