4-H Horticulture Projects

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Resource Leaders

Les Warren- Superintendent

Scott Rowntree- Superintendent, Kan-Do 4-H Club

Jill Jacobs- Norway 4-H Club

Kay Rowntree- Kan-Do 4-H Club

Project Goals

This 4-H project gives youth knowledge in selecting, planting, growing and, harvesting plants for home food production and beautification.

Key Terms/Project Areas

Flowers and Plants- youth learn about growing plants and flowers as well as arranging them to be appealing to the eye.

Plant and Soil Science-projects include: Farm Crops, Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, and Unique Horticulture

 

 

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