The Clark County annual vegetable gardening class series dubbed "The after dinner garden conversation" is here! Starting in February to September 2016, we would have a series of 8 classes, one class per month. Classes will take place at the 4-H Fairgrounds, 9608 Highway 62, Charlestown, on Thursdays from 7-9pm. There will be a fee of $10 for all 8 classes.
Clark County Extension is sponsoring 3 beekeeping classes to be delivered by Ginger Davidson of GEEZ BEEZ. There is a fee of $15 per person for all 3 classes.
Life's emergency situations require advance preparation and planning.
All Beef & Dairy Beef Steers planning to exhibit at he 2016 Clark County 4-H Fair or the 2016 Indiana State Fair must attend this ID Day.
In this FREE class, kids ages 8-13 will identify, describe, and demonstrate the different parts of My Plate by making a My Plate of their own. Find out how many calories are in popular fair foods and determine how long it would take to burn off the calories in each of those foods by walking. We will identify what fair foods are better nutritional choices, the consequences of eating excess calories, and ways they can burn off excess calories.
Learn how to follow the Fight BAC safe food handling guidelines: Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill. Everyday tips will contribute to happy, healthy memories of your next backyard barbecue and all your meals.
Vegetable gardening is becoming an important pastime activity among diverse demographics. Some people engage in vegetable gardening as a food supplement, while others engage in it as a means to put in the needed exercise. Yet there are others who maintain that raising a garden is therapeutic.