WVU Extension Service’s land judging and homesite evaluation programs educate 4-H’ers about soil properties, management and suitability for homebuilding, land protection and conservation, water and the environment. In West Virginia, these practices are often used when building homes or for farming and agricultural purposes.
Participating youths frequently claim both regional and national titles at land judging competitions each year thanks to extensive, hands-on training in preparation for events.
- Land Judging Book
- Land Judging Scorecard
- Homesite Evaluation Book
- Homesite Evaluation Scorecard
- Checklist and Instructions for Judges
Land Judging in West VirginiaContact:
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