University of Maryland Extension

February 2017

Maryland 4-H teams were very active in the year’s FIRST Tech Challenge. FIRST which stands for “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology” is an international youth organization that...
Cheetah's 4-H club meets the first Monday, of each month at 7 pm. at St. Mary's UCC church located in Silver Run, northern Carroll County. Mr. Tom Rhodes, a 4-H parent from our club and a landscaper...
The U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) considers possible nontraditional sources of irrigation water to include recycled, brackish, desalinated, fracking, agricultural runoff, aquaculture,...
Officers to serve the Rolling Clovers 4-H Club were elected at the club's November meeting. Those elected were President—Gaby Hockensmith, Vice-pres.-Marissa Roberts, Recording secretary—Alison...
Carroll County 4-H Dog Club members
The 4H Dog Club meets monthly. It provides members an opportunity to learn about dog breeds, care, and training of dogs. At the January meeting the 2017 officers were selected. From left to right:...
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