Volunteers are essential to extension in a multitude of ways. The biggest impacts volunteers have on the work of extension faculty, is their assistance of delivering research-based resources to communities. Volunteers carry out the UF/IFAS ... READ MORE
Belonging in a Virtual Environment
The pandemic has affected every aspect of “4-H Life.” From club meetings to county, district, state, and national events, it seems everything is now virtual or has been canceled. Youth are missing the ... READ MORE
Let’s see how you do with this short quiz . . .
What is a wether? A gilt? A cavy? A heifer? What does ‘bracing’ mean? What is AI? What is the difference between an Australorp and a Lionhead?
What is the first thing you do in ... READ MORE
There may be a thunderstorm. It may be below freezing. Your whole family may have caught the flu or you may have been invited to a party. However, you are a livestock kid and those animals need to be fed. Your plans for the beach can change ... READ MORE
When most people think of 4-H, they think of our traditional clubs, but did you know 4-H programming is available in the classroom through our school enrichment programs? Last year, Nassau County 4-H reached over 3,000 youth through school ... READ MORE
Information for the 2017-2018 4-H year membership enrollments and fees.
4HOnline enrollments and payments go live for the new 4-H year on August 17, 2017. This system is used to keep track of all youth and volunteers that are involved with ... READ MORE
As the summer draws to a close and the new school year begins, that can only mean one thing... the new 4-H year is coming! Did you know that adults play many critical roles in 4-H? These roles apply not only to parents, but to all community ... READ MORE
What is “STEAM”?
Science, technology, engineering, agriculture (or art!), and math! It is important that youth have opportunities to engage in these fields, as they instill critical thinking, curiosity, global engagement, and the confidence ... READ MORE