The HHS, Agriculture and N/R, and 4-H Youth Educators Newsletters are listed at the bottom of this page.
Mark Kepler writes a weekly agricultural newspaper article for the local paper. Below is the November column toxicity in beans.
In the Do Your Own Thing Project, a 4-H member takes an existing 4-H project and changes it to their interest; OR develops a project not now offered in 4-H OR exhibits a 4-H project that is not offered in Fulton County. Examples include: Beekeeping, Computer, Soil & Water, Strawberries, Weeds. The exhibit should be one that could not be exhibited in any other project.
4-H members plant and care for corn and exhibit 2 stalks.
4-H Collection projects gives 4-H members an opportunity to share their collection with others. 4-H members include an inventory of their collection along with value, source and date when added.
4-H members present an idea on a 22" x 28" poster that shares something they have learned about dogs. This poster can be on care, health, kinds of dogs, showing and grooming or any other topic that has to do with dogs.
The 4-H electricity/electronics program provides youth with educational information about electricity and how it can be used to benefit the human race. The electricity/electronics program develops project skills (i.e., safe practices, proper use of fuses and circuit breakers, proper lighting techniques, proper wiring techniques) and life skills (i.e., decision-making, using science and technology, developing communication skills).