Florida 4-H Archery is offered by the University of Florida/IFAS Extension through the 4-H Youth Development program. It provides young people in Florida with the opportunity to learn and participate in the sport of archery while emphasizing ... READ MORE
Applications Due June 30th at 5pm.
We are in the final week of accepting applications for the 2023 Putnam County Master Gardener Volunteer Training Program. Interested individuals should submit their applications by 5pm on Friday, June 30th.
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What career path do I want to take when I finish high school? Where do I want to go for college or tech school? How will I find time to study between school, practice, and my job? Why does this person always pick on me? What if I am not as smart ... READ MORE
Your favorite thing is to get in front of a room full of people and speak, right? If not, you are not alone; in fact, you are part of the majority. The fear of public speaking is the most common phobia ahead of death, spiders, or heights. The ... READ MORE
Start Them Young
Audrey Hepburn once said, “As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself and one for helping others.” Although when it comes to helping others, in 4-H, we don’t wait ... READ MORE
How do you approach meal planning? Maybe you plan your menus weeks at a time while others may go for the day-by-day or meal-by-meal approach. Meal planning is essential when it comes to making sure you and your family are getting the nutrients ... READ MORE
Look around you. Wherever you are, your environment influences what you do, including what you eat or drink or how active you may be. All these things can impact your weight and your health. In a previous blog, Tips for Keeping the Holidays ... READ MORE
Hydroponics is a great way to save water, produce food, and be more environmentally friendly. With all the information on the internet about hydroponics, it can seem a little daunting. Learn three simple setups that can get you started growing ... READ MORE
Utilizing an integrated approach to managing pests in a garden can help reduce the use of chemicals in your garden. This approach utilizes cultural, natural, and low-impact control before using more broad-spectrum pesticides that can harm pollinators ... READ MORE
Do you remember your favorite summer camps? Maybe there was hiking, swimming, first-aid training, horseback riding, or just tons of sweating, but also lots of learning and fun! One of our 4-H summer camps this year, Food Systems Day Camp, ... READ MORE