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Apr 16, 2018

Applicants for the 2019 State Council should read the memo below about some changes to the selection process.

Lackawanna County 4-H members at the parade.
Mar 23, 2018

The Lackawanna County 4-H members marched in the 56th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Scranton, Pa.

Mrs. United States Agriculture, Shannon Wingert, a 4-H alumna, meets with the PA 4-H State Council.
Mar 23, 2018

Shannon Wingert now serves as Mrs. United States Agriculture

State Council in our State Capitol
Mar 23, 2018

Capital Days, club visits, and more...State Council has been up to a lot in the last 30 days!

Teen Council leads a Duck Duck Goose ice breaker for younger members.
Mar 22, 2018

After two Nor’easter snowstorms, power outages and road closures, Wayne County 4-H was finally able to hold the first annual New 4-H Family Orientation for new 4-H families in Wayne County on Saturday March 11th!

Wayne County members with their Project Linus blanket donation.
Mar 22, 2018

Teen Council donated the 16 blankets they made to Project Linus.

Jared and Caroline present at the Area 5 Leader's Forum
Feb 27, 2018

See what State Council has been up to in February

State Council celebrates the end of a successful weekend.
Feb 27, 2018

LAUNCH : Leaders All Unite for Necessary Change to Happen

Andrea and Julia on Good Day PA with ABC27
Jan 31, 2018

Check out what Your PA 4-H Council has been doing for you in January.

Jan 30, 2018

National 4-H Congress is the premiere nation-wide opportunity for 4-H members from across America. Each year Pennsylvania has one of the largest delegations in attendance. Here is a reflection from a 4-H'er that attended.

Jan 23, 2018

4-H Capital Days will be Saturday, March 10 – Monday, March 12 at the Hilton Harrisburg & Towers in Harrisburg, PA. Any 4-H’er, age 14-18 is eligible to attend this event.

Council members and advisor pose for the "Council Christmas card" while assisting at the Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Hershey
Jan 13, 2018

Check out what your PA 4-H State Council has been up to over the past month!

Andrea Repetz and Julia Jumper prepare for their time in the spotlight!
Jan 12, 2018

Pennsylvania 4-H had a presence all week at the Farm Show, including a trip down the street to ABC27's "Good Day, PA" show.

Council films their newest vlog at their meeting.
Nov 29, 2017

Want to know what your State Council has been up to?

Council with Secretary Redding and Secretary Rivera.
Oct 28, 2017

Want to know what your State Council has been up to?

Oct 25, 2017

Find out more about this new statewide opportunity

Council with the FFA State Officer team at Ag Progress Days
Oct 3, 2017

Want to know what your State Council has been up to?

Anna Schmitt, Jared Rose, Shirlann Harmon, Kayla Kimble, Andrea Repetz, Annah Burke, Caroline Benfer, and Julia Jumper make up the 2018 State Council team.
Sep 25, 2017

Eight youth from across the state installed as PA 4-H State Council

Pennsylvania 4-H’ers, from left, Jayden Dennis, Sophia Manidis, and Jadyn Heck-Hoppes identify invasive species. (Photo courtesy of Deborah Dietrich)
Jun 27, 2017

Penn State Extension and Pennsylvania 4-H, with funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, created Stop the Invasion: Unwanted Plants, Bugs and Other Pests, a hands-on curriculum to address the threat of invasive species.

Youth in the Science Track of the 2017 Wildlife and Forestry Field Day learned to apply wildlife and forestry knowledge in on-site skills sessions. A sign language interpreter (center) assisted in explaining tree measuring technique.
May 18, 2017

The 2017 4-H Wildlife and Forestry Field Day, held at Rock Springs, PA, was another “wild” success! 4-H youth and adults from across the state explored the wildlife and forestry sciences. The event featured an Exploratory Track for younger 4-H youth and a Science Track for teens. The theme for the Exploratory Track presented tools and methods for wildlife and forestry research, while the Science Track focused on applying research knowledge to managing forests and wildlife.