The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Keith, Arthur & Perkins Counties delivers research-based education and information to citizens throughout the county. These educational programs, delivered via a variety of methods, are offered through a federal, state and county partnership arrangement. Our objective is to provide programs and other educational resources locally.

Our staff of extension educators and support personnel specializes is providing programs throughout the county, and together with staff from all of Nebraska's 93 counties, we contribute to more than 1.5 million educational contacts each year with Nebraska citizens. Our 4-H Youth Development Program, for example, reaches more than 200 youth in Keith, Arthur & Perkins Counties alone. Statewide, 4-H touches the lives of more than 90,000 youth each year.

Extension is built to provide practical education that focuses on issues which influence daily life that helps to keep Nebraska competitive in a global society. Extension Specialists and Extension Educators are committed to a theme of excellence with educational programs customized to meet the needs of Nebraskans.

Keith-Arthur County Extension Office                     
511 North Spruce, Room 203                 
Oallalala, NE 69153                                                
Phone: (308)284-6051                                          
Fax: (308)284-6052                                              

Perkins County Extension Office
P.O. Box 99
200 Lincoln Ave.
Grant, NE  69140
Phone:  (308)352-7580
Fax: (308)352-2170

Eskelson, Michael
Unit Leader - Keith/Arthur Counties
4-H/Youth Extension Educator
511 North Spruce, Room 203, Ogallala 69153


Harmon-Quinlivan, Tricia
Affiliate - Keith/Arthur County Office Manager
511 North Spruce, Room 203, Ogallala, 69153
308 284 6051
Additional Information
Tricia comes from Colorado, where she was the office manager for CSU Extension in Teller County for 11 years. In 2004 she was honored with the Colorado State Meritorious Support Service Award by the National Honorary Extension Fraternity, Epsilon Sigma Phi. She moved to Nebraska in 2006 and started working for UNL Extension in Keith and Arthur Counties in 2007.