Indiana Hunter Education Courses will provide instruction in the areas of safe firearm use and handling while hunting, as well as in the home, hunter ethics and responsibility, game identification, and conservation management. Anyone born after December 31, 1986 is required to be certified in Hunter Education before they can purchase a hunting license.
4-H Enrollment Now -
4-H Grows True Leaders! Youth grades 3 - 12 can now enroll online for the 2016-17 4-H year. Youth in grades 2 may join Mini 4-H. 4-H has many hands on educational projects and Spark Clubs to enhance formal learning. Life's little questions aren't meant to be answered alone. Join 4-H - the club of families who share in teaching kids practical things like animal care, growing gardens or identifying insects, and important values like responsibility.
The Extension Office publishes 4-H Fast Track newsletters throughout the year. See below for available newsletters. Just click below on the issue you would like to view.
Warren County 4-H Fair, June 13-17,
Indiana State Fair August 4-20
This program is being supported by the Crossbred Classic, Indiana Swine Breed Associations, Indiana Pork Producers Assoc. and the Purdue University Animal Sciences and 4-H Departments. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Dr. Brian Richert - Extension Swine Specialist at 765-494-4837, email@example.com or Aaron Fisher - 4-H Extension Specialist at 765-494-8435, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Shooting Sports program is designed to teach the safe use of firearms and archery equipment on the shooting range and in the hunting field, to instill the importance of home firearms responsibility, and to develop the skills to properly handle firearms and archery equipment. The shooting disciplines available are archery, rifle, pistol, and shotgun. A Hunter Education course will be made available for all shooting sports members prior to participating in shooting events.
4-H Camp! 4-Hers from Warren, Jasper and Tipton Counties have 3 days of fun, boating, swimming, nature hikes, crafts, group recreation, skits, campfires, and vespers. 4-H Jr. Leader Counselors lead all of this fun!