4-H in the Classroom
What do 4-H School Programs Look Like? For young people...4-H provides opportunities to participate in fun, exciting programs while developing valuable skills with lifelong benefits. For parents and family members...4-H creates safe, healthy, enriching en ...
Project Judging Project Judging occurs before the Hamilton County Community Fair. This is your chance to show off all you know about the project you've worked on all year. Here are some helpful tips to get you ready for Project Judging. Questions? ...
The Green Industry in Hamilton County The professional horticulture community is also known as the “Green Industry.” It includes businesses in general landscape management, nursery management and plant production, turf management (e.g. lawn care, sod farm ...
We serve home gardeners by answering their gardening questions, teaching at garden club programs, and by offering the internationally known Master Gardener Program. Our goal is to enhance positive experiences of home gardeners. Master Gardener Volunteer P ...
4-H Youth Development
Preparing Youth for Success 4-H is a non-formal educational, youth development program offered to individuals age 5 and in kindergarten to age 19. Ohio 4-H youth development reaches more than 240,000 youth each year – helping kids “learn by doing” through ...
Agriculture and Natural Resources
Enhancing Agriculture and the Environment Ohio’s diverse agricultural, horticultural and forestry industries contribute more than $100 billion to the state’s economy every year. OSU Extension agriculture and natural resources (ANR) programs assist with te ...
Hamilton County 4-H Clubs
Hamilton County 4-H Clubs Agrico 4-H Club- Harrison, OH Established in 1963, Agrico is the oldest 4-H club in Hamilton County! We have members from 5-18 years old that take all sorts of projects, both Livestock and Special Interest. Our club members ...
What is Ohio's Snap-Ed Program? Ohio State University Extension's Snap-Ed Program is funded by Midwest Region Food and Nutrition Service, United States Department of Agriculture. Snap-Ed is a partnership between the Ohio Department of Job & ...
How Do I Become a Master Gardener?
You can be a Master Gardener if: You want to learn more about plants and gardening. You are eager to participate in practical and intensive training programs. You enjoy sharing your knowledge with others. You have the time to attend training and serve you ...
Master Gardener Volunteer Project Sites
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Floral Paradise Gardens Civic Garden Center Krohn Conservatory- Educational Outreach Program Cincinnati Parks Tri-State Green Industry Conference Cincinnati Children's Hospital- College Hill Greenhouse Rothenb ...