It's almost that time of the year, the Clay County 4-H Fair is just around the corner. If you have any questions preparing for the fair, questions about your fields, gardens, disease, or weeds please contact the Extension Office!
There are more kinds of insects in the world than all other organisms combined. They live on the earth's surface, in the soil, and in water. Insects live in deserts, rain forests, hot springs, snow fields, and dark caves. This project will help you study insect and their relationship with people. You can also learn how to collect, preserve, and identify insects.
Clay County 4-H Wildlife Project
Educational materials on "How to" information on documenting ones heritage through ancestral listing. The project can be done as an individual or group with a parent or grandparent. It helps young people know where their ancestors resided, traveled, and developed some family tradition.
The Clay County Extension Office has moved into the new calendar year and the staff is working diligently to create and provide some great programs in the next few months.
Serving as a 4-H Junior Leader is a honor and a responsibility. Junior Leaders offers the opportunity to develop leadership abilities while serving as mentors and role models to the younger 4-H members. While working with others, you make new friends and become leaders in the community.
Clay County Extension Connector Newsletter - December 2016