This is the form for 4-H members and/or volunteers to complete if they would like to be considered for a scholarship to a 4-H event or training. If approved, the Marion County 4-H Council will reimburse 50% of the program fee after the individual attends the event. More than 50% or prepay may be decided upon if there is a finical need. Events can include, but are not limited to: 4-H Congress, Citizenship Washington Focus, Area VI Judges and Leaders Clinic, 4-H Round Up.
Want to learn more about a variety of yard and garden topics? Attend our monthly horticulture lunch & learn seminars in Discovery Hall on the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
Information on 4-H projects offered in Marion County, including exhibit requirements for fair. This page includes individual and club projects and a link to exhibit tags to use for Cloverbuds, at township fairs, and as place holders on posters.
In an attempt to better communicate 4-H opportunities to members and volunteers, each Monday you will receive a 4-H weekly update. This will replace our monthly newsletters. Any items of interest that you would like to share through the update or on social media can be sent to Cara Kowal at email@example.com.
There were 55 Marion County Master Gardeners who received Master Gardener Growth Awards for their efforts in 2016.
Skimmers are illegal card readers attached to payment terminals - like gas pumps - that grab data off a credit or debit card's magnetic stripe without your knowledge. Criminals sell the stolen data or use it to buy things online. You won't know your information has been stolen until you get your statement or an overdraft notice.
The best way to control flower diseases is to prevent them, and one of the best ways to avoid serious disease problems is to select disease-resistant plants. In addition, consider management techniques that help prevent disease.