MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State University Research and Extension is a partner in a groundbreaking new Web site, eXtension.org.
The site promises to be a gateway to answering all of life’s little questions — from parenting, to saving and investing, entrepreneurship and vegetable gardens.
Extension experts are the brains behind eXtension.org, a sort of “next-gen Google,” where curious minds can find a range of information including how to calculate their retirement readiness score, tips to easing credit card debt, how to grow the best tomatoes on the block or ways to set a schedule for a new born baby.
Even better, if the consumer can’t find the information he or she is looking for, authorities in their area of interest monitor and answer questions through the Web site.
All of Extension’s resources are available at no cost.
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