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Agripedia Agripedia is an Internet Accessible Interactive Multimedia Instructional Resource, developed by the University of Kentucky's College of Agriculture. American Association for Horsemanship Safety Contains information for clinics, seminars, workshops, and resources regarding horsemanship...


Why Become a Sponsor? Each year over 1,500 young people participate in the Maryland 4-H Youth Horse Program. By becoming a sponsor, you will be helping Maryland 4-H to create and enhance valuable horse related programs that develop important life skills in our youth participants. Life skills...


Volunteers Make a Difference! Why Become a Volunteer? In your role as a 4-H volunteer, you have the opportunity to be a teacher, leader, mentor and role model for youth in your community. It is a challenge to design learning experiences in an informal, fun way that will motivate 4-H members to make...


Disciplines Horse Breeds Health Care Horse Bowl Horse Judging Organizations Public Speaking Horsemanship Standards Maryland 4-H Horse Show Rule Book eXtension- Horses eXtension - Horse Quest Monthly Learning Lessons


Horse Project Record Books Hippology Clinic Horse Bowl Contest Horsemanship Standards Horse Judging Contest National Competitions Dressage Show and Combined Test Horse Hippology Contest Maryland State Fair 4-H Horse Show Horse Judging Clinic Horse Jamboree & Communications Contest How to Join 4...


Fundraising is one of the major ways to help 4-H clubs financially support their activities. By raising funds as a group, a club can help to make sure its activities are affordable for all club members. The 4-H Youth Development Program is a non-profit educational organization. Therefore, your club...


UME Volunteer Policy Training The first step in your volunteer training is to compete an application, followed by a screening/approval at the county level. If you have not yet completed these steps, please contact the University of Maryland Extension Office (


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