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2016 Maryland 4-H Robotics Challenge Is Now Open for Registration One of the fastest growing areas of 4-H across the country is robotics. 4-H members in Maryland have the opportunity to participate...
Come out and support Maryland 4-H at our 35th annual golf tournament in memory of Marlin Hoff on Monday, June 20th at the Musket Ridge Golf Course in Frederick County. The cost is $125 per person and...
The MD 4-H Foundation 2016 Scholarship Application for all scholarships is now available! Application forms can be found online at www.mymaryland4hfoundation.com . Forms can be mailed in at The...
The 2016 State 4-H Communications Contest will again take place during the annual Maryland Day - Saturday, April 30th on the College Park Campus. County 4-H Champions are encouraged to participate...
Members of the Rolling Clovers 4-H Club 4-H’ers got to see and touch a cow heart at their meeting on March 7. Jacqueline Spielman, a RN at Hanover Hospital and a 4-H volunteer presented a very...
Specialists in the field of agricultural law and water from the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (AREC) in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (link is external) will...
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The article below was written by "The Delmarva Farmer" it is shared with permission. (April 5, 2016) On the topic of the public’s ignorance on where food comes from, the common stories of only brown...
Members of the Rolling Clovers 4-H Club who did a show and tell with their project work at the Taneytown Library on April 5. Back row: Ben Schildwachter, Emily Schildwachter, Allison Stoner Front row...
April is the Month of the Military Child - and even if you do not have a military installation in your county -- you likely have geographically dispersed military youth and families. Help us...
Cheetah's 4-H club meets the first Monday of each month at St. Mary's UCC church in Silver Run, northern Carroll County and begins at 7 pm. Club members participated in a Peep workshop as their...

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