Please be sure to enter your animals in 4HOnline by the published deadline! Here you will find instructions on how to nominate DeKalb County animals and submit your online Pen Reservation/Animal Destination Card.
Kids can be a part of these exciting Spark Clubs offered by the DeKalb Co. 4-H, and you don't have to be a member to participate! 4-H is offering various short-term SPARK Clubs for youth to learn about topics that interest them. HURRY... SPACE IS LIMITED!!! Click here to find out more...
DeKalb County 4-H is excited to be holding a Color Me Green 4-H Dash! The 1 mile fun run/walk will take place rain or shine Saturday, June 24th at 10am on the DeKalb County Fairgrounds.
Youth will learn about fish biology, proper fish handling, fish species, rod and reel assembly, and water safety, as well as participating in a fishing contest. All equipment will be provided by the Department of Natural Resources. Youth should come prepared with sunscreen and appropriate clothing, water and refreshments will be provided. Parents are welcome to stay and observe the workshops as well.
Stay informed with Purdue Extension - DeKalb County's newsletter, "The Extension Edge." Find out what is happening in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Health and Human Sciences, and 4-H Youth Development. If you would like to have the newsletter emailed to you or to come by mail, contact the Extension Office at (260) 925-2562.
All static (non-animal) project exhibits must be entered online for Summer Judging June 1-July 1, Summer Does June 19-July 1, and livestock August 15-September 8 for at http://dekalbcountyindiana.fairentry.com.
Lost your directions? Need help enrolling your projects? Check here first!
With persistent, often heavy rainfall triggering flood alerts throughout Indiana during the last week of April and first week of May, many Hoosiers were concerned about possible damage to homes and newly planted grain crops. In response, Purdue University's Extension Disaster Education Network has compiled a list of online resources that could help Indiana homeowners and farmers coping with the storms' aftermath.