4-H

  • 2023 DPA

    Lincoln County 4-H attended Cloverleaf District Project Achievement (DPA) at Rock Eagle on Saturday, February 18, 2023.  Georgia 4-H Project Achievement helps to provide youth with skills that can be built on over their lifetime. Students choose a project area of interest, research the topic, write a speech, and deliver a presentation. Some of the…

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  • The fall is a busy time of year – I’d love to say for Extension, but I’m pretty sure that extends to just about everyone. As we continue serving Lincoln County through face-to-face client questions and phone calls, submitting soil and water samples, and going on site visits, the Lincoln County Extension staff are also…

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  • Now that school is back in session, our 4-H programs are off to a running start. Lincoln County 4-H has opportunities for youth from 5th to 12th grade both in and out of school. In-school club meetings are held monthly for all ages and typically include a short agriculture lesson and updates on our 4-H…

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  • Is your child interested in a field trip to Rock Eagle 4-H Center? Are they passionate about an animal, sport, hobby, or other interest? Georgia 4-H Cloverleaf District Project Achievement (DPA) is quickly approaching! DPA is designed to empower youth with necessary skills for use throughout their lifetime. In this contest, 4-H’ers develop skills in…

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  • In our office, the planning never stops! As we wind down 2022, our staff are excitedly looking forward to 2023 and planning events and programs to meet the needs of our local community and region. This week, I wanted to provide a bit of an update as to what programs you can expect from us…

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  • 2022 4-H Update

    Earlier this year, Lincoln County UGA Extension welcomed a new 4-H Educator, Rebekah Goble. With the new school year well underway, we are excited to welcome old and new 4-H’ers back!  4-H is a key component of the UGA Cooperative Extension system and Clemson Cooperative Extension system. Each individual county or region is responsible for…

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  • Spring is typically a busy time of year for the Extension office, particularly in my main role as Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent. Between client inquiries, soil and water tests, educational programs, site visits, and training, we stay busy. Since our long-time 4-H leader Jodi Coon left us in early 2020, I have also been…

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  • By Robyn Stewart, ANR Agent If you were able to join the festivities the other week for Light Up Lincolnton, you may have gotten the chance to see my horse Webb and I carrying the 4-H flag in the Christmas parade. From the unfamiliar sights and sounds of fire engines, motorcycles, marching bands, and more,…

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  • 4-H Update

    By Johannah Stone, 4H Program Assistant Even though 4-H looks a bit different this year as we adapt to new COVID-19 guidelines, our new program assistant is hard at work getting her feet on the ground. We recently held in-school club meetings for our 5th graders at Lincoln County Elementary School and for our 6th…

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  • Dear Lincoln County, My name is Johannah Stone and I am your new 4H Program Assistant with the Lincoln County Extension Office. I have spent the last four years working at Elijah Clark State Park in Lincolnton, first as an office clerk and then as the Naturalist. I planned last year’s annual Halloween Fest, which…

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  • 4-H Service Opportunity

    Join the Lincoln County Extension Office and the Lincoln County Senior Center in writing holiday letters to LC residents! Letters are due by November 20th, 2020 to the Lincoln County Extension Office located at 2080 Rowland-York Drive, Lincolnton GA 30817. For every 6 letters submitted, Extension Staff will sign off on 1 hour of community…

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