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Alabama 4-H

Lee County

Lee County 4-H Clubs, Advisory Committee, Youth Council, and Additional Information

4-H Clubs in Lee County
  • General 4-H
    • Auburn 4-H Community Club
      Community Club
    • Green Gable's 4-H Club
      Community Club
    • History Seekers
      Community Club
    • Lakeview Cloverbuds
      Community Club
    • Lakeview Learning Clovers 4-H Club
      After-School Club
    • Loachapoka High School 4-H Club
      In-School Club
    • Northside 4-H-4th Grade
      After-School Club
    • Northside 4-H Club
      In-School Club
    • Ogletree 4-H Club
      Community Club
    • Pick 4-H Club
      Community Club
    • Richland Cloverbuds
      Community Club
    • Smith Station Jr. High 4-H Club
      In-School Club
    • War Eagle Club
      In-School Club
    • West Smith Station Elementary 4-H Club
      In-School Club
  • Animal Science
    • Livestock Club
      Special Club
    • Lee County 4-H Chick Chain Club
      Special Club
  • Leadership & Citizenship
    • Lee County 4-H Council
      Community Club
    • Lee County 4-H Teen Leaders
      After-School Club
  • Natural Resources
    • Lee County X-Caliber 4-H Club
      Special Interest Club
    • Archery Club
      Special Interest Club
    • Wildlife/Forestry Club
      Special Interest Club


Lee County 4-H Adult Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee

Lee County Youth Council

Youth Council

Lee County 4-H Announcements

Got Weeds? Weeds Affect Everyone - Extension Daily

Everyone has an interest in controlling weeds. Whether a homeowner or a farmer, weeds affect everyone. Source: Got Weeds? Weeds Affect Everyone - Extension Daily The post... more

March is National Nutrition Month - Extension Daily

National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The campaign focuses on... more

Are Your Daffodils Blooming? - Extension Daily

Daffodils are one of the most popular spring flowers. Their beautiful colors are a sign that spring is on its way. If your daffodils have not... more

Grow Your Own Salad - Extension Daily

A lot of homeowners grow their own foods at home. Some grow their own because they question what is in or on the products available... more

February Not the Time to Prune Hydrangeas - Extension Daily

While it may be tempting, February is not the time to prune your hydrangea bushes. Understanding flower development for each hydrangea species is helpful. Source: February... more

February is National Snack Food Month - Extension Daily

Many people have traditional go-to snacks that they grab when they get hungry. This month, ask yourself if what you are snacking on is the best option for your body. Source: February... more

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Cotton Production Calendar

Have you ever wondered what a cotton producer's year is like … If you... more

Alabama 4-H Awarded Prestigious MacArthur Foundation Grant for Robotics Digital Badges

A group of 4-H educators from across the United States with leadership from Alabama Cooperative Extension System Specialist Dr. Tony... more

Seven Alabama Tractor Supply Stores Recognized for Donations to 4-H

Seven Tractor Supply Company (TSC) stores in Alabama were recently recognized and won “Class Champion” awards for meeting the company’s... more

4-H Enrollment Has Begun; Youth Find Programs Diverse; Fun

The beginning of the school year in Alabama also signals the start of the year for the state’s largest youth... more

4-H Club in Loachapoka Expands AU Educational Program; Providing Life Skills

Students at Loachapoka High School are learning about the diverse educational opportunities in Alabama 4-H from three 4-H alumnae who... more

Junior Master Gardner Program Teaches Youngsters Important Life Lessons

When you teach yourself to learn the finer points of something, it provides an enrichment that lasts a lifetime... more

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