4-H shooting club competitions strike fear in the heart of every pigeon in earshot, but the real pigeons don’t have to worry. The clay ones, that’s another story.
Clemson Extension has long been tackling childhood obesity via its 4-H program. During a recent six-week program, students at Midway Elementary in Kershaw County learned the importance of combining healthy eating with physical activity.
South Carolina 4-H continues to teach and inspire young people like Emma McDaniel to do great things.
Searching for aquatic water bugs is just one of the ways 37 students from Daniel High School – in conjunction with graduate students from Clemson University – spent several months examining the water quality of Indian Creek in the Clemson Experimental Forest.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina 4-Hers took gold in a national competition testing teenagers’ knowledge of equine science and management. State Rep. Gary Clary and the S.C. House of Representatives Wednesday recognized the winning teams on the House floor and presented House Resolution 3330 in their honor. Additionally, Sen. Thomas Alexander presented the students with Senate […]
South Carolina teens are building rockets to launch themselves – and their peers – to potential careers in science. They also build cars and design robots. That’s a typical day at Science on the Move, a mobile education initiative of Clemson Extension’s 4-H program.
Kudos and carrots for the S.C. 4-H horse competitors. Palmetto State teams and individuals won multiple top honors at the Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championship, showcasing educational knowledge and saddle skill.
Bethany Prescott has more than good memories to bring home after the 2014 South Carolina Junior Beef Round-Up. She has a shiny new buckle to add to her collection and, most importantly, bragging rights for a year.
Where’s the beef? It will be at T. Ed Garrison Arena Aug. 1 to 3. Nearly 150 young people will show off their prize cattle and beef-industry smarts at the annual Junior Beef Round-Up.
The more you know, the better you'll do. That's the idea behind the 4-H Pee Dee Region Livestock Project Day at the Eastern Carolina Agricultural Fairgrounds on Saturday, March 22.
The South Carolina 4-H Horse Program team showed that horse sense is a big part of horsemanship. Representing the state, the team of 10 women won ribbons and trophies in November at the Eastern National 4-H Horse Round Up in Louisville.