1. Cloverbud Family Fun Night

    May. 01, 2019

    Tell your Cloverbud members to mark their calendars for Tuesday, June 11 from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. for Cloverbud Family Fun Night at Deerassic Park Education Center!  This countywide opportunity for Cloverbud members and their families will provide an evening of fun for the whole family!!  Participants will have the opportunity to fish, visit the live deer herd, learn about wildlife in the NEW Nature Center and participate in SAFE Archery. Snacks and activities will be made available free of charge to all who attend thanks to 4-H Council! 

  2. Join us for "Operation 4-H Camp"

    May. 01, 2019

    It is almost time for 4-H camp! Youth ages 8 and in third grade or age 9, regardless of grade, to age 13 as of January 1, 2019 are invited to "Operation 4-H Camp" at Guernsey County 4-H Camp. Youth do not have to be in 4-H to attend, so bring a friend!  Guernsey County's 4-H Camp runs June 27-30, 2019 at 4-H Camp Piedmont located on Piedmont Lake in Belmont County.  Youth can experience nature at its best while enjoying swimming, hiking, outdoor cooking, campfires, canoe/kayaking and much more!   The cost is $125 for 4-H members and $135 for non-4-H members.

  3. April - May 2019 4-H Newsletter Available

    Mar. 13, 2019

    The latest version of the Guernsey County 4-H News & Notes is now available.  Click here to access the newsletter!

  4. Funding Available to Treat Spotted Knapweed and Other Invasive Species

    Oct. 05, 2018


    The Morgan Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) announces new funding available for the Spotted Knapweed Treatment for Ohio Producers (STOP) Project.  Morgan SWCD and other partners received project funding through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). 

  5. Beef Quality Certification

    Apr. 12, 2018

    End users of beef products are now starting to require producers of that beef to have Beef Quality Assurance Training. Tyson Foods, who harvest and process 25% of the US beef market share, and also Wendy’s, now the second largest fast food hamburger chain in the U.S., have both announced beginning in 2019 cattle they purchase must originate from producers and feedyards who are Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) certified.