The purpose of the Duval County 4-H Foundation is to promote and support 4-H programs for our youth here in Duval County. Our goal is to provide financial support for activities that enhance skills for them to lead for a lifetime.
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The 4-H program helps youth find new interests that spark their desire to learn and teach others. One 4-H member's spark has led him to form a team and compete in the new Florida 4-H Food Challenge.
A Passion for Cooking
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Happy New Year!! The 2022-2023 4-H year is upon us and we started off with a party to welcome new and current 4-H members!
Duval 4-H families celebrated the new year at Boone Park sharing 4-H with community members, jumping in the bounce house, ... READ MORE
Which came first, the egg or the chicken? The world may never know for sure. There are, however, several young students who could tell you about their adventure hatching chicks. Duval County's 4-H Embryology Project began in February of this ... READ MORE
Nothing is better than finding new ways to impact your community and teaching kids. Both of which we get to do with the new partnership Duval 4-H has with the City of Jacksonville’s community centers. Last fall, we began programming in three ... READ MORE
The Duval County 4-H Foundation was created in 1973 to enhance existing 4-H programs and to initiate new and innovative projects in youth. Each year Duval County 4-H serves local youth through school enrichment, clubs, and summer camps. Through ... READ MORE
Your horse has one set of permanent teeth and it is important to help maintain their dental health as horses life spans increase. Read the edition of the Horse Herald below to learn about equine dentistry and what's really in your horse's mouth.
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Did you know a horse's coat begins with one of two colors? Whether breeding horses, or just interested in your horses coat colors, this newsletter edition is for you! Sign up at the end the article to receive the Horse Herald directly in your ... READ MORE
Horseback Riders are out on the trail year round. It is important to take proactive steps in order to have a fun and safe trail riding experience. Check out the edition of the Horse Herald below to learn about what you can do to make your ride ... READ MORE
What would you do if you saw a large 3 to 4 inch snail, like the one in the header, crawling across your driveway? Before you deem something to be detrimental to your landscape, accurate identification is critical. A very small percentage of ... READ MORE