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Buckle Up! We are going on a road trip! We are also going to learn about the benefits of space exploration, self-confidence, PHOF, why no sleep, and quitting passions. All of these were ... READ MORE
Americans fear public speaking more than death. The comedian Jerry Seinfeld joked that “People would rather die than give the eulogy.” Have no fear! Sixth grade youth in Seminole County have the opportunity to learn skills and gain confidence ... READ MORE
St. Johns County is a great place to live. We have a diverse agricultural clientele that produce livestock, crops and commercial horticulture. We have over 33,632 total acres of farmland on 188 farms. Agriculture and related industries generate ... READ MORE
On May 21, 2019, the 4-H Tropicana Public Speaking Contest Winners Recognized by the Brevard County, Board of County Commissioners.
The 4-H/Tropicana Public Speaking Program is sponsored by 4-H and Tropicana. 4-H and Tropicana both maintain ... READ MORE
The parents at Gulfside Elementary had the opportunity to go on a grocery store tour this week after recently doing a trip for Lacoochee Elementary. One of the fun things about the tours is that, at the end, after going through all the five ... READ MORE
Packing the kids’ lunches for school means you know which nutritious foods they are eating. Here are some budget-friendly, creative ideas to keep kids happy and healthy at lunchtime.
Make a “Smarter” Sandwich:
While some kids prefer ... READ MORE
For more than 100 years, 4-H clubs have been (and still are) the backbone of our youth development program. But did you know that 4-H also provides opportunities for youth to participate in programs during and after school? Not all youth have ... READ MORE
Did you know that something as simple as a garden can help youth not only learn to love vegetables, but also improve their science scores? Fifth-graders at Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka Elementary Schools experienced the benefits of gardening ... READ MORE
Mary, Mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow?
With 4-H volunteers, Essential Elements of Positive Youth Development, and UF IFAS Extension all in a row!
School gardens have become the perfect avenue to implement experiential learning. ... READ MORE
Research shows that gardening in school and clubs positively influences youth environmental attitudes, nutritional attitudes, self-esteem, test scores, school attitudes, interpersonal skills, social concerns and behavior. For example, students ... READ MORE