University of Maryland Extension

2014 Animal Science Project Leaders/Volunteers Webinar Series

The Maryland 4-H Animal Science Program is encouraging Animal Science Leaders and Volunteers to participate in the 2014 Animal Science Project Leaders/Volunteers Webinar Series which will be held each month, January through May, 2014. All sessions will be held 7:00-8:00 pm via the UME Connect system. The dates and topics are as follows:

  • March 25 - Topic: Managing Liabilities Associated with 4-H Animal Projects and Events - This session will provide an overview of various potential liabilities and risk management considerations and strategies for conducting animal related 4-H events and activities. Instructors: Chris Anderson and Jules Hendrix.
  • April 29 - Topic: 4-H Club Activities to Support Animal Projects - This session will provide 4-H Club leaders and volunteers with a variety of hands-on club activities and resources to support 4-H Animal Science Projects. Instructors: Chris Anderson, Sheryl Bennett-Dowdy, and Bonnie Boyden.
  • May 27  - Topic: 4-H Club Volunteer Roles to Support Animal Science Projects - This session will provide ideas of different volunteer roles that could be implemented at the club level to support 4-H animal science project work and related events. Instructors: Chris Anderson, Dr. Lisa Dennis, David Gordon, and Ann Sherrard.

Volunteers are requested to visit the AGNR Calendar to register for each session at:  Search under 4-H by month to register for each session.

Please contact Chris Anderson at  or 301-314-7187 for more information or if you have questions.

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