Come join us at the 2015 Area 1 Southeast 4-H Camp located at Camp Higher Ground in Dearborn County, June 8-11.
Learn modified gardening techniques and helpful tools.
So you love to garden? Arthritis shouldn't prevent you from enjoying your gardening hobby. For individuals suffering from arthritis, gardening can be a great exercise and stress reducer when done correctly. In fact, gardening is an excellent activity for maintaining joint flexibility, range of motion, and quality of life.
We know that putting some effort into improving and maintaining our soil is going to pay off in the long run by reducing our need for additional fertilizers, supporting healthier plants and creating a more satisfying experience for us as gardeners. But how do we do it? A District Conservationist will give you the "dirt" on good soil. Practical tips and techniques on how to improve your soil texture and structure, the use of compost and mulches, cover cropping and more will be discussed.
The 4-H Connections is the county 4-H newsletter that is emailed/mailed to every 4-H family. The newsletter gives information about county-level 4-H meetings, workshops, and activities offered to 4-H members, leaders, and parents. For most events, this will be your only source of information.
Find step by step instructions on how to ID your 4-H animal in our new online system, 4honline.com.
This is the 2015 Brown County 4-H Handbook. It has important dates and ALL rules for ALL Brown County 4-H Projects.
The Extension Homemakers' Newsletter is a source of information regarding county, area and state level programs. It also provides information regarding the local Extension Homemaker clubs with up-to-date news.