With our summer camps just a few short months away, we wanted to provide you with an update on our plans moving forward.
Youth & Family News
Through a partnership with West Virginia University’s Native American Studies Program, West Virginia 4-H campers learned about Eastern Woodland Indians, the first people to inhabit what is today the Mountain State. With the state's American Indian/Alaska Native population estimated at less than 1%, West Virginia youth have few opportunities to learn directly from Native American educators. Campers in Braxton, Cabell, Kanawha, Mason, Roane and Wayne counties experienced the history, communities, agricultural practices and other traditional aspects about the earliest residents of the region from an Native American Eastern Woodland cultural expert.
Are you ready to become a 4-H Healthy Living Teen Ambassador? Learn more about this
exciting opportunity! Trainings are coming to your area!
West Virginia University Extension Service is offering a free webinar for 4-H Volunteers on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 from 7 - 8 p.m.