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Summer Workshops for 2024

Announcing the 4-H summer workshops for Boone and Nance County. Options for all ages! Check out the flyer for Clover Kids (page 1) and Traditional 4-H members (page 2).

4-H members from Boone and Nance Counties can choose any of the workshops for their age group. Just call either Extension Office with your choices to register. 

Boone County - 402-395-2158

Nance County - 308-536-2691

Special Garden Project 2024 - Princess of India Nasturtium

The focus of the 2024 Special Garden Project is the Princess of India Nasturtium. This Victorian-era heirloom flower can be grown in a variety of ways including in containers. It provides a splash of color from its scarlet flowers, and much of the plant can be eaten.

4-H members participating in the Special Garden Project will:

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YQCA Training Available Online or In Person
Extended age limits! 8 to 18!

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