The 4-H Ambassador Program is an honorary position designed to assist with the promotion of the 4-H Program and be a positive role model to all 4-H youth.
Private Applicator Re-certification Programs ( PARP) events for Southwest Indiana for fall 2015
Keep up the with the latest programs and events, along with educational information, regarding 4-H, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Food & Nutrition and Extension Homemakers in Warrick County.
Warrick County 4-H has something for everyone; youth in K-12 can join 4-H to learn about science, engineering, technology, community service, nutrition, exercise and more. In 4-H clubs, camps, in-school and afterschool programs; youth learn leadership, citizenship and life skills while they participate in experiences that prepare them to be successful adults. Today 4-H touches the lives of more than seven million youths across America in urban, suburban and rural communities.
Captain Cash, a Signature Health and Human Sciences Program, developed by Purdue Extension is currently being implemented in Warrick County public schools.
White Achievement Cards are to be turned in with your 4-H Projects. Updated cards are due by September 15th.
If you are new to farming or considering farming, plan on attending one or more of our Beginning Farmer Tours.
We are planning six workshops and tours this fall in locations around Indiana. The workshops will offer farmers insights about topics like funding opportunities, building community partnerships, and finding institutional markets. Tours involve a number of independent farmers: from pastured poultry to organic vegetables, to urban agriculture. These events are a joint effort of Purdue