Grant-writing workshops designed to help potential applicants understand, develop, and submit their Federal grant applications for the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program (FMLFPP) are being offered at six Indiana locations including one in Hancock County.
The 4H rabbit project is a pure-breed/show stock rabbit exhibit. All rabbits must be a pure-breed rabbit, preferably with pedigree papers.
Requirements for participation in any project include membership in the Hancock County 4-H program, payment of the equipment fee, regular attendance and timely arrival, participation, responsible behavior, and completion of an exhibit that may be displayed at the Hancock County 4-H Fair.
If you don't have plans for your Spring Break, you do now! Purdue Extension is offering three workshops for students grade 3-12.
To complete this project, your aircraft must have a successful "maiden flight" at the IRCM field. After the flight, your aircraft will be judged.
It is never easy to predict what type of growing season there will be in Central Indiana. Following a somewhat moderate summer in 2014 we have experienced a seemingly long, (and until recently) a relatively mild winter.
Our focus is to provide introductory material on boer, dairy, and pygmy goats in preparation for those interested in raising and showing goats.