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Hamilton County 4-H Clubs
oldest 4-H club in Hamilton County! We have members from 5-18 years old that take all sorts of projects, ... projects. The service projects we love are volunteering with Hope's Closet, doing park cleanups, and ... speakers. Gorman Farm 4-H club members love taking projects like sewing, cooking, art, horses, poultry, ...
Join Hamilton County 4-H
Hamilton County 4-H clubs offer opportunities for Cloverbuds. Look for a club that supports members taking ...
Thomas awarded NAFB scholarship
connect with industry peers, brush up on professional skills, and learn more about opportunities and ...
ACEL students attend AFA conference
During the conference, students were able to work on professional skills, make connections with ...
Lodging: Ohio State campus – more information coming soon Parking information: More information coming ... soon REGISTRATION & PAYMENT INFORMATION Registration and payment will take place via the CASE ...
Upcoming Dairy Youth Events
year. There is a parking fee for the Animal Science parking lot, please be sure you find the parking ...
by Larry E. Miller Methamphetamine in the United States: perceptions and educational programming ... Miller advised by Joseph A. Gliem Ohio 4-H PetPALS and companion animal 4-H curricula: impacts, findings, ... motivation Kattlyn Jean Wolf advised by Larry E. Miller Agricultural education teacher self-efficacy: ...
Considering Dairy Farm Construction in 2023?
Construction Connection, Bureau of Labor Statistics ... lying down, they need to be closer at 24 ft apart or 5 times the blade diameter. It takes about 20 ft ...
Experiences and Adult Feelings of Connection to Nature 2012 Warren Agner advised by Jamie Cano Perceptions ... programs 2006 Amy R Beaudreault advised by Larry E. Miller Students’ taste for organic food: a look into ... Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University Yung-Chul Kim advised by Larry Miller Agricultural Teachers’ ...
Leadership Changes in the Department of Animal Sciences at The Ohio State University
in 2021. He will continue in his research role while also taking on the administrative role. Dr. Lee ...