Keep up the with the latest programs and events, along with educational information, regarding 4-H, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Food & Nutrition and Extension Homemakers in Warrick County.
Join us for multiple days of eventful pollinator programs offered by Lisa Bloodworth our agriculture and natural resource intern.
The Purdue Mastering Home Food Preservation Program, sponsored by Purdue Extension, has three classes scheduled around Indiana for 2018
Interested in exhibiting a Homemakers or Open Class project at the 2018 Warrick County Fair? Please review the rules and regulations for ideas on what can be entered this year. New to 2018, a painted rock (Division 21, Class 2101 - Country President Choice) no larger than 10" by 10"; this project was inspired by her desire to create a recycled project. Please indicate your willingness to display the rock in a flower bed next the Homemakers Building after Fair (until their Fall Banquet).
White Achievement Cards are to be turned in with your 4-H Projects. Updated cards are due by September 15th.
Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) is a national multi-species quality assurance program for youth ages 8 to 21. This training is MANDATORY for all livestock exhibitors (Cattle, Swine, Poultry, Rabbit, Sheep, Goats) to be eligible to show at the 2018 Warrick County Fair. Training will be offered both online and in person. Training must be complete by June 22nd, 2018. Click on the article for more information.