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Alabama 4-H Members Win at National 4-H Poultry and Egg Conference

AUBURN, Alabama– Alabama 4-H’ers did well in competition at the National 4-H Poultry and Egg Conference recently. Three  members placed in the top 10 in the nation in their respective events. Rebekah Wood, Limestone County, placed third in Egg Preparation Demonstration; Aaron Hollaway, Marshall County, placed sixth in the Turkey Barbeque Contest and Trevor Byrd, Marion County, placed eighth in the Chicken Barbeque ... Read More »

Alabama 4-H Grows Hope

Alabama 4-H Grows

AUBURN, Ala.–Alabama 4-H grows young people and helps them see the possibilities of who they can become. The state’s largest youth organization builds hope in young people by introducing them to opportunities and challenges that they might not have experienced. Take a moment to watch the video above and learn what Daniel Sullen, an Alabama 4-H alumnus and current Alabama 4-H ... Read More »

Give to Grow Alabama 4-H Campaign Kicks Off December 1

AUBURN, ALA—Alabama 4-H grows confident, capable and caring young people with the life skills to thrive in today’s world and succeed in their boldest dreams for tomorrow. Alabama 4-H many and varied programs provide experience and opportunities that prepare young people to be college and career ready, aspire to learn, stay active and learn to be a leader.   Programs offered ... Read More »

Alabama 4-H Quiz Bowl Team Takes on National Contest

Auburn, Alabama- Alabama 4-H was well represented at the national 4-H Quiz Bowl contest this year during the ARKSARBEN Stock Show in Omaha, Nebraska. The team from Alabama brought home fourth place in the nation. The team consisted of homeschooled students Grace and Nathan Gullatt from Lee County and Brantley High School students Cassidy and Cameron Catrett from Covington County. ... Read More »

Extension Professionals Present NEFE Program, Equip Teachers

SELMA, ALA.—Alabama Extension professionals presented a workshop on the High School Financial Planning Program (HSFPP) to Dallas County area educators recently at the Dallas County Farmers Co-Operative. The program, fully funded by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) and cost-free for educators, offers a full set of resources developed to facilitate interactional education between teens in grades eight through 12 ... Read More »

Socializing Children in After-School Activities

AUBURN, Ala. – In today’s fast-paced world, socialization can be considered key to success, even at a young age. For parents of young children, scheduling realistic school activities for their children can be a tough task to balance. (Photo /  Wikipedia)  According to Dr. Adrienne Duke,  Alabama Cooperative Extension System specialist and Auburn University assistant professor in human development and family studies,  ... Read More »

4-H Football Day Nov. 21 at Auburn University

Auburn, AL—4-H members and volunteers from around the state will converge on the Auburn University campus Nov. 21 for a fun-filled day, and enjoy tailgating, Tiger Walk, pregame festivities including the Eagle flight and the football game. 4-H Football Day is sponsored by The Alabama Cooperative System, Alabama 4-H and Auburn University Athletics. Nancy Alexander, an Alabama Extension specialist in ... Read More »

Youth Participate In Alabama National Fair

AUBURN, AL—With fall now in full swing, it can only mean one thing. It’s fair season. The Alabama National Fair will run from Oct. 30 through Nov. 8 in Montgomery, and will offer various events for the entire family. Among the popular livestock competitions, there are many that are solely for youth. There are youth categories in showing beef and dairy cattle, ... Read More »

Outdoor Classroom Workshops Available in October

AUBURN, Alabama— 4-H, alongside the Alabama Wildlife Federation, will host workshops on “How to Develop an Effective and Sustainable Outdoor Classroom.” Workshops, taught by April Waltz, conservation education specialist and outdoor classroom coordinator for AWF, are set for Tuesday, Oct. 20 in Florence, Thursday, Oct. 22 in Huntsville and Wednesday Oct. 28 in South Birmingham. Doyle Keasal, an environmental educator ... Read More »

4-H Programs: How to Get Involved

AUBURN, AL—The Alabama Cooperative Extension System’s 4-H program relies on collaboration from youth, Extension specialists and agents, and volunteers to succeed. Alabama 4-H is a non-formal, hands-on learning program that promotes positive social interaction. The programs are open to youth ages 9 through 18, according to Dr. Molly Gregg, assistant director of 4-H and youth development with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. ... Read More »