Nebraska Extension in Hall County
We are excited to have you join the 4-H family in Hall County! For more information on what 4-H has to offer, check out our welcome packet (pdf).
Sunburst Summer Squash - Order your seeds by February 1, 2017!
This project is open to all youth of 4-H age, and it will give them the opportunity to learn about growing, harvesting, preparing, and exhibiting this unique vegetable.
The Special Gardening Project lets 4-H members try their hand at growing unusual vegetables and flowers. The project allows experienced 4-H gardeners to grow something fun, new, and different while letting those new to gardening get their feet wet in this project area.
4-H’ers enrolled in the Special Garden Project will:
Hall County 4-H Council will again be offering two (2) 4-H camp scholarships worth $100 each to 4-H members 12 and under. Camp scholarship applications (pdf) are due to the Extension office by March 1, 2017.
Nebraska 4-H Youth Development offers a variety of day and overnight camps, which provide unique experiences that focus on life skills, including:
Hall County 4-H Council Scholarship (pdf) - The Hall County 4-H Council is sponsoring two (2) scholarships valued at $500 each! The scholarships are available to current Hall County 4-H members who are graduating seniors this year. The application is due March 1, 2017 to the Hall County Extension Office at 3180 W Hwy 34, Grand Island, NE 68801 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete before March 1st to save some money! Quality Assurance is REQUIRED for any 4-H member ages 8 and up, enrolled in swine, beef, sheep, dairy goats, dairy cattle, meat goats, rabbits or poultry. Until March 1st, there is a $5 fee for all participants on the Quality Assurance website. After March 1st, Nebraska 4-H will be switching to a different, nation-wide Quality Assurance system with a higher fee.
Farm operators and agronomists from across the state are invited to attend these research update programs in 2017. The programs will be held on the following dates:
Jan 1 – Eight Nebraska Extension offices across the state will offer workshops in January and February providing livestock and crop farmers with information on how to turn manure nutrients into better crop yields while protecting the environment. Read more
Jan 1 – Meet Mike Boehm, IANR vice chancellor at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and NU vice president for agriculture and natural resources. Read more