Pictured left to right: Kali Mabe, Erica Shutsky, Madison Sifford, April Bowman (Forsyth 4-H and Livestock Extension Agent), Anna Hill, Michelle Hartman (front), Hannah King, Lakota Sockwell, Lynae Bowman, Amber Shutsky (front), Kayla Birkholz. Not pictured are: Sierra Sockwell, Jaden Sink and Taylor Furr (Stokes County 4-H Extension Agent).
Winners for 2017 NC 4-H Dairy Poster Contest have been announced.
Need pesticide credits? Want to learn more about forage systems?
he NC Cooperative Extension Forsyth Center Urban Agriculture Program has developed an Urban Farm School training program. This is a twelve-week program that teaches unemployed and underemployed adults living in Winston-Salem, both urban agriculture practices & entrepreneurial skills on how to grow & sell their produce. It is an educational program that trains limited resource citizens in how to set up urban market gardens and to sell in farmers markets in order to create supplemental income.
Did Forsyth Community Gardening help your garden grow this year? How can we improve in 2018? Please let us know by completing the 2017 Season Review Survey by November 27.
The Forsyth 4-H Saddle Club earned fifth place at the 135th Dixie Classic Fair with their entry in the Christmas tree contest held in the church in Yesterday Village and earned $190 to support their 4-H club work! Photo taken and used with permission from StockShots Photography