Projects Grouped by Category
- Dog care
- Meat Science
- Pets (other than dogs)
- Veterinary Science
Communication and Expressive Arts
- Communication Arts
- Expressive Arts
- Recreation (Leisure Education)
Family and Consumer Sciences
- Child Development
- Clothing and Textiles
- Clothing Selection
- Consumer Education
- Dairy Foods
- Food and Nutrition
- Food Preservation
- Interior Design
- Home Management
- Shooting Sports
Personal Development and Leadership
- Career Exploration
- Personal Development
- Introductory 4-H Projects (5-8 year olds)
- Field Crops
- Gardening (Fruits, Vegetables, Ornamental, and Flowers)
- Plant and Soil Sciences
- Cultural Education
- Economics, Business, Marketing
Technology and Engineering
- Computer Technology
- Engines and Tractors
- Wood Science
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Dates for the fall 2022 session of the Master Gardener course have been set.
Registration for the asynchronous online seminars will be open from August 15 to September 12. The sessions will be available from October 3 to December 2. Once registration opens, it can be accessed at http://msuext.ms/mg.
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Though monkeypox is not as easily spread as COVID-19, it has become a public health concern as documented case counts approach 4,000 nationwide.
The monkeypox virus is part of the same family of viruses as smallpox. Monkeypox symptoms are similar to smallpox symptoms but milder. Infections in this outbreak are from the West African type, which has an infection fatality rate of 1% and is considered the milder of the two types of the virus.
Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. No matter your age, you can gain many long-term benefits from being active, like improving your strength, supporting emotional and mental health, and helping manage or prevent illnesses.
Fourteen Choctaw Central and Neshoba Central high school students got a look at college life April 26 when a 4-H career prep program took them to preview day at Mississippi State University. The young people met with MSU students who are fellow members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, or MBCI. They also examined one of the EcoCAR club’s hybrid vehicles, heard about the admissions process and were given an idea of what the academic experience will be like.
As Mississippi 4-H prepares to launch its HomeGrown Scholarship campaign to generate endowed scholarships for 4-H’ers from every county in the state, 33 4-H’ers on the Mississippi 4-H Leadership Team, representing 19 counties, visited the Capitol in Jackson for 4-H Legislative Day 2022.
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Lillian Clark Edney and Bonita Davenport Reed have been teammates since they were teachers in the Natchez-Adams School District.
The 2022 Sale of Champions generated a preliminary total of $448,500, approximately $40,000 more than last year and the highest ever.