Forestry and Wildlife Field Day

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Have you always been interested in the 4-H Forestry or Wildlife contests, but weren’t sure where to begin or what the contest entails? This event is for you! Come learn the different parts of the 4-H Forestry and 4-H WHEP (Wildlife Habitat Education Program) contests on August 21, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at Jordan Lake in Chatham County.

Activities will include wildlife and tree identification, tree measurement, compass and pacing, wildlife foods, and management practices. Adults (including team coaches and Volunteer Leaders) will be able to participate in a Coaches Clinic to learn more details about the contests, available resources, ask questions, and pick up contest manuals.

Interesting in attending? Let April Bowman, Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development, know before August 13 at awbowman@ncsu.edu or 336-703-2855. This is NOT a drop-off event.

Contact Renee Strnad at renee_strnad@ncsu.edu or 919-515–5518 for accommodations related to a disability.