Juntos Connects With Students Through Virtual Academy
A program that usually brings middle school and high school students onto campus saw success online this summer.
Alumna Designs and Donates Masks with Farmworker Safety in Mind
Designer Lisbeth Carolina Arias’ latest creation, colorful cloth masks, will help protect farmworkers in North Carolina through a partnership with NC State Extension.
Cherokee Culture Factors Strongly in EBCI 4-H Programs
With limited internet and cell service, North Carolina Extension Agent Sally Dixon created unique virtual 4-H programs that gets youth away from their screens.
The Shows, and the Contests, Go On
Despite widespread event cancellations, 4-H horse and livestock contests and events went on, thanks to extension professionals who found innovative ways to use technology to bring these events home.
4-H Summer Camp Goes Virtual Due to COVID-19
North Carolina 4-H isn’t hosting your typical summer camps this year because of COVID-19. The organization is hosting virtual camp online in June and it is open to all young people.
There’s No Stopping Rachel Brown
Throughout her time at NC State, recent graduate Brown has been contributed eagerly and often to the college community and to the growth of school students. Not even the COVID-19 pandemic could slow her momentum.
Longtime 4-H Friend and Author Wins Again
Longtime 4-H friend and supporter James W. Clark Jr. was recently named winner of the North Carolina Humanities Council’s prestigious John Tyler Caldwell Award for the Humanities.
Nash County 4-H Sews, Provides PPE to Help Fight COVID-19
The opportunity for 4-H’ers to aid in the fight against the pandemic arose when an employee of a local JOANN store approached Jane Tyson, the volunteer leader of Nash County’s Sew What? 4-H Club. Tyson knew that her advanced sewing group would be up to the task.
Quick and Tasty Edibles for Spring
Now is the perfect time to start a small garden at home. Liz Driscoll, an NC State Extension 4-H specialist, reviews a number of vegetables that families can grow within two months.
Johnston County 4-H Counts Chickens and Facebook Views
The closing of all North Carolina schools because of the coronavirus put a damper on many class projects across the state, but in Johnston County, an innovative 4-H agent took the program in a new direction.