Lorene Trickey, right, wife of former Missouri 4-H Foundation trustee Nelson Trickey, and daughter Linda Trickey, left, present the Nelson Trickey 4-H Bridge Builder Award to Jo Turner.
Randolph County youth advance to national competition.
With an aging population of farmers and producers, preparing agriculture's next generation is more important than ever. Watch the video.
The Missouri Department of Conservation is partnering with the Missouri 4-H Foundation to begin seeking input on the available services and usage of MDC's unstaffed shooting ranges across the state.
During the three-day camp, the participants, all juniors and seniors in high school, shot 300 rounds and received instruction from expert shooters. Watch the video.
"Making the best better" for generations of 4-H'ers, 54 people joined the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame on Aug. 9 at the State Fair Community College campus in Sedalia.
Missouri 4-H clubs and individual youth organized food drives, planted community gardens, hosted dinners, made public presentations and promoted the Invest an Acre program.
Although it once brought to mind thoughts of cow, sows, plows and pillow-making, 4-H today is just as likely to involve studying maps, apps, robotics and aeronautics.
MU Extension is reaching out to military youth—before, during and after their parents are deployed—to create a support community network in their own backyard.