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  1. 4-H CAMP PARENT ZOOM MEETING RECORDING

    Apr. 30, 2021

    We address what will be the SAME, DIFFERENT, and MODIFIED at camp this year. We also discussed plans for camper drop off/pick up.

  2. Canning Season's Right Around the Corner . . .

    Apr. 27, 2021

    OSU Extension's Food and Consumer Science has got you covered.  FCS educators are on-call to answer your questions and check those pressure
    canners so your ready to go!

  3. Food Preservation Basics Webinar Series

    Apr. 27, 2021

    Are you interested in learning about food preservation?  Join us for these free webinars hosted by Ohio State University Extension.  Tuesdays from 4:00-5:00pm, starting May 4th.

  4. Farm Bill Information Meeting

    Feb. 02, 2021

    Join Ohio State University Extension for a workshop on the ARC/PLC decision for the 2021
    program year. We will include updates on current market outlook and decision-tool calculators that
    are available to evaluate your options. These programs are FREE of charge but due to limiting the
    number of participants at each event, registration is required. All programs listed can be register for
    by going to the same link or calling the corresponding contact number.

  5. 4-H Camp Staff

    Jan. 29, 2021

    Longing for the good old days camping at Tar Hollow?  Join us this summer by applying to be a part of Camp Staff.  Hope to see your smiling, happy camper face!

  6. Live Healthy Live Well: Strong @ Heart

    Jan. 26, 2021

    Join the Strong @ Heart Email Challenge beginning February 1, 2021

  7. 2021 Jr. Fair Livestock Changes

    Jan. 06, 2021

    Exciting changes coming in 2021!

  8. Ross County 4-H Enrollment

    Dec. 11, 2020

    We're gearing up for 2020-2021!

  9. You heard it from Chris . . .

    Dec. 09, 2020

    A wide variety of Agricultural Topics are available at https://agnr.osu.edu/programming

  10. What's all the Buzz About?

    Dec. 04, 2020

    The Ross County 4-H Youth Beekeeping
    Scholarship Committee will sponsor two 4-H
    members from Ross County. The award will
    provide funds for to purchase woodenware and
    toolkits to establish a hive.
     

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