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The Cooperative Extension Service offers a host of educational programs and services.
If you do not see what you are looking for below, please contact our county Extension
Office for assistance.
Spring is right around the corner and with that brings 4-H Poultry projects. Johnson
County participates in the state 4-H Pullet Chain project. As a part of this project
4-Hers receive day old baby chicks they raise and return to the fair in August. Johnson
County 4-H member Savannah L. made a short film about how to properly care for baby chicks to make sure 4-H members are ready for
their new arrivals. For more information about Johnson County Poultry project call
the Johnson County Extension Office at 479-754-2240.
4 -H encompasses everything from agriculture to technology if you are interested in
learning more about what Johnson County 4-H has to offer please contact the Johnson
County Extension Office at 479-754-2240.
4-H is the youth development program of the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension
Service. 4-H is for all youth between the ages of 5 and 19. As a 4-H member you learn
new skills, do interesting things, make new friends and HAVE FUN!
4-H teaches citizenship, healthy lifestyles and 4-H science. Not to mention life skills that
children will use throughout their lives. What can you do in 4-H? Well, how about
conduct science experiments, camping, bicycling, horseback riding, photography, shooting
sports and livestock projects to name just a few. You can also learn things like pet
care, gardening, cooking and babysitting skills.
Johnson County 4-H members participate in the county garden project, county day camp,
state 4-H camp, achievement program, fashion revue, performing arts contest, district
and state horse shows, and other exciting trips and tours. 4-H members also participate
in community service projects to help other people.
Adult volunteers and parents are also a vital part of the 4-H program. They work with the Extension staff to plan and teach projects to children using
the "learn-by-doing" method.
To learn more about how you can participate in this rewarding 4-H program in Johnson
County, contact the Johnson County Extension office at 479-754-2240 or email email@example.com
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Families are important to the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service.
There are many educational opportunities dedicated to strengthening families, extending
resources and improving diet, nutrition and health of Johnson County families. From family life questions to childcare provider training – from improving diet and
health to getting out of debt-Family and Consumer Science has the answers! Let us
help you put knowledge to work to improve your life. Please call the Johnson County
Extension office at 479-754-2240.
Extension Homemakers are valuable volunteers. There are four EH clubs in Johnson County.
They meet monthly to learn about things that can help them improve the quality of
life for their family and community. To learn how you can be a part of the Johnson
County Extension Homemakers, contact the Johnson County Extension office 479-754-2240
The Best Care program is a training program for childcare providers. The Best Care
classes fulfill the annual state requirement for ten hours of instruction for licensed
childcare providers. Training provided by the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension
Service is verified training through the Arkansas Early Childhood Professional Development
The Master Gardeners are volunteers. They are people like you from all walks of life
who have an interest in gardening, a willingness to learn and a desire to help others
solve their gardening problems.
Master Gardeners are trained by the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension
Service faculty and must complete 40 hours of basic horticulture training. After
training, you are a qualified to work under the supervision of the local county extension
agent as a Master Gardener. You are required to volunteer a minimum of 40 hours during
the year to your county Cooperative Extension Service Office. You have one year from
the end of training to complete your 40 hours of service. To learn how you can be
a part of the Johnson County Master Gardeners, contact the Johnson County Extension
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