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Baltimore County 4-H has a great opportunity for the right person. Please follow the link below for more information on how you can become a part of a really great team. https://my.americorps.gov/mp/...
The Seeds of Change 4-H Club received a grant from Chesapeake Bay Trust (see their website at: CBTrust.org) to stencil storm drains in Cambridge neighborhoods. Storm drain stencils help remind...
Youth truly know better, 66% of Wicomico County 12 th graders report that their parents discourage underage drinking, however 52% of them also consumed hard liquor in the past 30 days. Those same...
COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Senator Barbara Mikulski announced today that National 4-H Council has awarded $184,400 to University of Maryland Extension in support of the 4-H National Mentoring Program. The...

4-H Veterinary Science

Saturday, Apr. 4, 2015 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Baltimore County Center for MD Agriculture
The Baltimore County 4-H Program is committed to educating 4-Hers and the general public about the importance of Agriculture. We have created a series of Ag and Animal Science based workshops for 4-H and non (future) 4-Hers. We encourage you to participate in these opportunities and to spread the...

4-H Agricultural Science Series 2014-2015

Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 - 1:00pm
Baltimore County Center for MD Agriculture
The Baltimore County 4-H Program is committed to educating 4-Hers and the general public about the importance of Agriculture. We have created a series of Ag and Animal Science based workshops for 4-H and non (future) 4-Hers. We encourage you to participate in these opportunities and to spread the...
In every Maryland county and in Baltimore City, communities came together throughout the month of October to celebrate the 100 th anniversary of University of Maryland Extension and to discover how...
Bi- Monthly newsletter for Frederick County 4-H program.More info

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