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4-H Virtual Summer Programs

Growing An Italian Garden!


Watch them grow as they grow!

It’s a pretty known fact that kids are more likely to eat the things that they grow. This is a fun, easy, and safe summer at-home project that will stimulate their senses and excite their imagination. It’s a perfect interactive project to let them grow their own food while exposing them to how things grow.

Embryology In-Home Summer Project


Embryology: The Study of Life

The 4-H Embryology Program is a long-standing 4-H program that provides children, of all ages, hands-on experience in the incubation period, and hatching of chickens. The incubation period takes a total of 21 days for the chicks to hatch. Twelve fertile eggs, along with an incubator, and complete instructions will be picked up to the registered child/parent on an assigned date. Read More

Online NC State University Horticulture Camp


For High-School Aged Youth

Do you love wandering around gardens? Marveling over plants in the nursery? Eating blistered shishito peppers?
Join us for a free, online, curated experience of NC State University’s Horticultural Science Summer Institute. While we might prefer climbing trees and propagating baby succulents in person, we are holding camp virtually this year on July 6–July 9, 2020. Registration is free and it will be a blend of two live events.

NC 4-H Virtual Summer Programs


Keep Your Youth Engaged All Summer Long

There are several virtual programs being offered through NC 4-H. Click here for a complete listing, more details and registration.

4-H Let’s Grow Microgreens


Easy to Grow Microgreens

Wouldn’t you like to learn how to grow such healthy and delicious food? Grow Happy Farms is going to help teach you with their Easy Grow Microgreen Grow Kits! You can sign up. pick up and learn to grow your own microgreens easily at home. Registration deadline is June 18.

4-H Cellphone Photography


Here’s A Chance to Enhance Your Skills

Do you wish you could take photos that are exciting and unique? Do you have a camera phone that you take everywhere you go? Then this camp is for you. Learn how to take professional-like photos without the professional equipment, all you need is the camera on your phone.

Written By

Sandy Hall, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSandy HallCounty Extension Director and Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Sandy E-mail Sandy N.C. Cooperative Extension, Nash County Center
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