So you want to join 4-H? 4-H is for you ... if you are 5–18 years old, want to learn by doing, like to receive recognition for work well done, want to learn skills that can help you in your future career, or wish to develop leadership skills.
Your local county MSU Extension office is your key to getting started in 4-H. They can tell you which 4-H clubs already exist in your county, the projects that are being worked on, how to start a new club, or how to participate on your own.
She grew up in the 4-H youth development program in Indiana, and her husband was in Ohio 4-H. Fast-forward a few years, and Inez Saum became a volunteer leader for Mississippi 4-H.
The 4-H Poultry Chain Project regularly receives generous donations from organizations across the state, but the project has never received a donation quite like Southern AgCredit’s pledge of $25,000 over 5 years.
Oktibbeha County native Sanford Johnson has a deep love for his home state that fuels his passion to make Mississippi better.