News Archive: 4 H Youth
Kentucky 4-H alum conquers Appalachian Trail using stepping stones for life
Published on Nov. 17, 2023
Clay Comer completes a 2,200 mile journey, a challenge that tested physical endurance, and mental power, which began at Kentucky 4-H.
Monroe County 4-H club looks to grow Kentucky tabletop farming
Published on Oct. 6, 2023
Monroe County 4-H Tabletop Farmers Club are cultivating cultivate a love for farming one miniature tractor at a time.
Activities, games and more awaits at Pumpkin Days 2023
Published on Sep. 25, 2023
Over the years, Pumpkin Days events have offered thousands of Kentuckians fun, pumpkin-related activities.
The power of youth: Kentucky 4-H attracts largest summer camp attendance in state history
Published on Sep. 7, 2023
Kentucky 4-H Camping's locations in London, Nancy, Carlisle and Dawson Springs contributes to this year's record-breaking milestone.
Resilient Appalachians still rebuilding from historic Eastern Kentucky flooding
Published on Sep. 6, 2023
Eastern Kentucky still rebuilding from 2022 catastrophic flooding
Kentucky Cooperative Extension launches community survey to better serve all Kentuckians
Published on Aug. 1, 2023
UK Cooperative Extension seeks community feedback to plan ways to serve the commonwealth
Kentucky 4-H Emerald Recipients attend national conference, learn about U.S. government
Published on Jun. 2, 2023
4-H Emerald is the highest recognition in the youth development organization.
Historic $100-million gift will catapult UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
Published on May. 25, 2023
Gatton’s impact on the University of Kentucky exceeds $180 million. He is the university’s single largest donor.
Kentucky volunteer inducted into National 4-H Hall of Fame
Published on May. 18, 2023
The National 4-H Council announced that long-time volunteer and Kentucky native, Linda Branstetter, will be inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame.