Dr. Darlene Locke, Texas 4-H Conference Center Director talks about the camping opportunities for young people as well as summer staff employment for post high school students. Listen and see how you can get your 4-H member involved in camping opportunity at the beautiful facility on Lake Brownwood.
Join Drs. Boleman and Lepley as they talk about the Texas 4-H Photography Project. Hear about the updates to the 2013 Texas 4-H Photography Contest as well as other contests for 4-H members in Texas. Information is released about the 2013 State 4-H Photography Workshop hosted by Bell County, as well as other new resources coming shortly.
Hear about the great opportunity happening October 7 to 13 in Texas during National 4-H Week. Drs. Boleman and Lepley talk about the week long celebration ending with one day 4-H on Saturday, October 13, 2012.
Dr. Billy Zanolini talks about the Texas 4-H Livestock Ambassador Program. A program that allows older 4-H members (14 and up) to received in-depth training in the area of animal science, advance leadership, agriculture advocacy, and college/career preparation. As a 4-H Livestock Ambassador, members are asked to return to their communities and state and give back through service hours and assistance at a variety of livestock events.
In this special podcast, Dr. Martha Couch, Associate Director for 4-H and Youth Development Emeritus talks about her career as a 4-H member in Howard County, Texas, why she went to work for the Extension Service and about her induction into the National 4-H Hall of Fame. Dr. Couch's story is a truly one that demonstrates the power and influence the 4-H program, and its people, have on the lives of youth and how 4-H serves them for life.