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Trainings that are listed closest to Crenshaw County are in Troy, AL on February 16th and in Andalusia, AL on March 2nd. You can view the entire schedule on the flyer below.
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to call us 334-335-6312 or call any of the contacts listed below on the flyer.
Ladies come join us for a special event just for you!
What is ForestHER? This hands-on workshop will help women learn about forests and forest resource management in a relaxed, fun setting. Learn to read maps and measure and market timber and nontimber forest products, including wildlife.
Who can attend? Anyone who loves nature and learning about the natural world. You don’t have to own a lot of land. Even is you have just one acre, this work shop is for you!
See the flyer below for all of the details!
Are you interested in learning more about hogs? Covington County 4-H, Pike County 4-H and Crenshaw County 4-H have partnered to bring you the Cackle Club and the Pig Pen projects! The goal of each of these projects is to encourage youth to learn about the proper ways to care for, feed, house, and maintain livestock. Youth will learn record keeping and business skills, as well as enjoy the feeling of accomplishment that comes from a job well done.50-300 pounds. The mandatory meeting before the Pig Pen project is scheduled for Thursday, April 22 at 6 PM at the Pike County Extension office. Hogs arrive in June, and in October youth will compete in a hog show at the Pike County Fair.
If you are interested in these programs, please contact Mrs. Katie Lee for more information. You can also call 334-335-6312. The last day to registers is March 17th.
If you do not have a form, come by the Extension Office and get your 4-Her registered!