Ohio 4-H’ers Ignite New Ideas
Ohio 4-H’ers joined youth from across the country last month at the Ignite by 4-H National Youth Summit in Washington, D.C. ...
4-H for the Future: OSU Day of Giving
Ohio 4-H helps youth thrive by inspiring their curiosity, fueling their sense of adventure, helping them build lifelong skills, and helping them grow into leaders. ...
The 4-H Urban Immersion Project is accepting applications from teens for the September trip to Washington DC. It's a great opportunity for youth to build their cultural understanding and acceptance of others. Find the details at https://bit.ly/40yAd ...
Support Ohio 4-H with a Visit to Tractor Supply Company and JOANN
Ohio 4-H is partnering with Tractor Supply Company (TSC) for the twice-annual Paper Clover fundraiser from April 26 to May 5. ...
Wild Parsnip: Look But Don't Touch
Wild Parsnip: Look But Don’t Touch Author Joe Boggs Published on April 4, 2023 Management The acute skin reaction to the wild parsnip sap means this non-native invasive weed should not be allowed to grow where it can be easily contacted by people. Lan ...
Faces of Ohio 4-H — Kirt Walker
Each month, we highlight a 4-H alumnus with an amazing story to share — from their personal experience in 4-H to how they have given back to the program. ...
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Cohort 1 Nathan Eckel Nominated by Ohio Soybean Council Hometown: Perrysburg, Ohio Nathan Eckel is a farmer in Perrysburg, Ohio where he resides with his wife and 3 boys, he farms 2000 acres along with feeding 700 head of cattle with his brothers. Nathan ...