The 2018 Adult Open Class Official Rules Booklet.
A 4-H Spark Project is a short-term 4-H experience designed to spark interest in a new topic. A 4-H SPARK Project is a club focusing on a specific discipline for at least 6 hours with an opportunity to share the experience. This SPARK Project will be focusing on Robotics.
Here are all flyers for all livestock open shows and workshops that we have been made aware of in the Extension Office.
The Putnam County 4-H Archery project is a great chance to learn about archery with or without shooting. In addition to competing in the archery shoot at the fair, members learn about parts of a bow and equipment safety. As they progress in the program, they will get to make their own arrows and equipment.
We all invest a lot of time and money in clothing. The Consumer Clothing project will help members make
all-around wise clothing decisions.
Putnam County Purdue Extension 4-H Newsletter (THE HERALD). This page will be a listing of news and topics relevant to the current events of the Putnam 4-H program.
Consider signing up and attending the Poultry Workshop scheduled for June 25, 2018. This workshop is free and will take place from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Putnam County Fairgrounds in Harris Hall. Dr. Darrin Karcher, the Assistant Professor of Animal Sciences at Purdue University will be discussing best management practices and current poultry topics.