Alabama is a state rich in natural resources and ranked fifth in the nation in terms of biodiversity (variety of fauna and flora). This is possible because of our state’s extensive river system and five distinct physiographic land section…
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…unty 4-H Wildlife team members, won the state 4-H Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP) contest. WHEP is a hands-on natural resources program that teaches wildlife and fisheries management. Rankins placed first in the competition in the…
… Wel, Marshall County
Senior Level II
1st Place: Hannah Enskat, Limestone County
Freestyle Showcase (Natural Resources)
Senior Level I
1st Place: Christopher Ramey, Etowah County
Senior Level II
…d of their accomplishments,” said Emily Nichols, an Alabama Extension specialist charged with guiding Alabama 4-H’s natural resources and environmental education programs.
The Pickens County team will represent Alabama in the upcomin…
… County senior team. WHEP is a wonderful opportunity for students, and it teaches them to be good stewards of Alabama’s natural resources,” Nina McCormick said. “This team practiced hard and put in many study hours. It is a great honor for …
…tion, aquatic science, natural resource management, and stewardship.
43% of youth were interested or participated in natural resources and environmental education.
Alabama 4-H Science School reached 22,000 students through residential…
…on System. “The donations will permit young people to experience team building activities while exploring Alabama’s natural resources and gain an understanding of the web of life in Alabama ecosystems.”
Whether conquering fears on …
4-H Project Achievements and Awards. Accomplishments or activities in your 4-H project area (animal science, natural resources, etc.)
4-H Leadership and Educational Accomplishments. Offices, committees, 4-H workshop presentati…
…ommunication (public speaking, music, crafts, arts)
Science and Technology (electricity, wood science, aerospace)
Natural Resources and Environmental Science (fishing, soils)
Participants must between the ages of 9 to 13 on January…
…c speaking, judging teams, photography)
Foods and Nutrition/Family and Consumer Science
Natural Resources (environmental science, S.A.F.E., wildlife, forestry, plants and soils)
At Large Achievement
Alabama 4-H Sportfishing was created through a partnership with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division.
The program trains staff and volunteers to teach youth ages 9 to…
The Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP) is a hands-on natural resources program that is dedicated to teaching wildlife and fisheries habitat management to junior and senior level (ages 9-18) 4-H and FFA youth across the United States….
We Want to Help Youth to:
Develop awareness and appreciation of the need and importance of conserving natural resources.
Acquire information and understanding of practical forestry skills.
Develop citizenship and lea…
…to the Alabama Course of Study for Science. AWW is a state-approved stackable credential for the Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Cluster. Educators receive CEUs from Auburn University for their participation in workshops.
Alabama 4-H has multiple delivery modes to ensure that we are providing access and opportunity to all youth. The primary delivery modes are:
Organized group of at least five youth, led by trained adults, with a planned program that …