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
Grant Support from the NRA Foundation Helps Make Shooting Sports Available in Wakulla County for 4-H Youth
The Wakulla 4-H program added Shooting Sports to the roster of clubs offered to local youth in 2018. A series of grants from the NRA ... READ MORE
The 2021 Peanut Butter Challenge was a tight race to the finish line as our 4-H clubs competed to bring in the most pounds.
It was most certainly a race, but not a challenge this year, for the University of Florida Institute for Food ... READ MORE
Happy New Year! Have you started to think about your project or record book and Standards of Excellence application for the year yet? I’m willing to bet that the answer to that question is “no!”.
Most of us tend to wait until riiiiight ... READ MORE
The 4-H program has a long tradition of celebrating the success of youth and volunteers. We were finally able to do that in person again after a three year hiatus. With the new 4-H year underway, this is a great time to be inspired to add ... READ MORE
I love math, do not get me wrong. But, when it comes to the complex equations – throw in a little exponents, tangent, or square roots – I admittedly walk away. There are some neat math problems, however, like the Collatz conjecture. Feel ... READ MORE
“From my youth on,” writes Italo Calvino, “my personal motto has been the old Latin tag, festina lente, “make haste slowly”.
The original form, σπεῦδε βραδέως (speũde bradéōs), is Classical Greek, of which festina ... READ MORE
4-H Club meetings play a very important part of the 4-H experience. During 4-H meetings, club members have the opportunity to gain knowledge, learn new skills such as leadership and management, share ideas, make friends, and build a network ... READ MORE
Have you ever wondered where the saying, “busy like a bee” comes from? Well, it comes from the worker honey bee - known to be the most active bee of their species, Apis millifera, as they are faced with many different tasks and duties throughout ... READ MORE
This is probably one of our most asked questions, especially by families first wanting to join 4-H.
The fair is an important aspect for many of our 4-H members and we strongly believe in the lessons learned from the barn. However, the process ... READ MORE