Every December, the Suwannee County 4-H hosts its annual Holiday Bake-Off for members to show off their best seasonal recipes. There are ten categories for entries which include cakes, cupcakes, candies, cookies, pies, appetizers, brownies, ... READ MORE
Being involved in 4-H allows various opportunities for youth to be engaged, it allows them the opportunity to explore careers, express ideas, and allows them to develop life skills. Through the involvement in 4-H, members are able serve on the ... READ MORE
The success of the UF/IFAS Suwannee County’s Quilt in a Week camp could not have happened without a lot of amazing volunteers to help. A big shout out to: Cathy Rogers, Jane Corless, Denise Suits, Lois Scheer, Anda Chance, Sheila ... READ MORE
Every spring, Suwannee County 4-H holds their Annual County Events Day. This is an opportunity for youth to show off what they have learned through their 4-H projects. There are 6 different categories that members can choose to enter: Demonstrations, ... READ MORE
In an age where the topic of participation trophies sparks a heated debate, 4-H offers an alternative by teaching youth activities where the results are the reward through life skills development!
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If you have passed by the Extension Office on CR 136 in Live Oak during the past month, you may have noticed some colorful decor on the side of the road. These hay bale creations were created by nine of our community clubs and one of our creative ... 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
I don't know about you, but I always cringe a little bit when an educator comes down the line counting off “1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2” to split up into small groups. It certainly gets the job done, but we can do better. If done right, splitting up ... READ MORE