The National Safe Tractor and Machinery Operation Program (NSTMOP) is a project of Hazardous Occupations Safety Training in Agriculture (HOSTA) for youth ages 14 and 15. By successfully completing the program they may legally operate farm tractors and powered machinery for hire which they otherwise would not be allowed to operate under the US Department of Labor's Hazardous Occupations Order in Agriculture.
4-H Equine & Livestock Science Camps offer older teens enrolled in equine or livestock projects the opportunity to learn the finer points of animal management from expert Penn State faculty and specialists.
4-H members enrolled in textile science projects are invited to participate in the Northwest Pennsylvania 4-H Regional Fashion Revue. Guests are invited to attend free of charge.
Come support our 4-Her's and watch a great show. Being held at the Centre Co. Grange Fairgrounds - Centre Hall, PA
Held during Ag Progress Days. Teams of four will compete in a series of head-to-head elimination matches. Teams will be asked questions and awarded for correct answers. There are two age divisions - junior (ages 8-12) and senior (13-18). Any youth with equine interest can participate.
Come support our 4-Her's and watch a great show. 4-H members who are state qualifiers will exhibit their 4-H projects at PA Farm Show Complex, Harrisburg, PA.
Come support our 4-Her's and watch a great show. Make plans now to attend the 2015 Pennsylvania State 4-H Horse Show on October 23-25. More details about the show and special events will be distributed as they become available. State qualifiers received show information at the District Show.