4-H teaches young people to address potentially controversial issues in a way that is respectful and thoughtful. At the same time, 4-H’ers develop their own views and learn ways to peacefully defend them. This is called civil discourse.
Summer 4-H opportunities include Adulting 101 classes, the Kentucky 4-H Get Outside Challenge, Oldham County 4-H Fair, Kids Cooking Camp, and more.
Use this handy chart while cooking or baking to convert tablespoons to cups to fluid ounces.
This Burger Bowl recipe combines the savory deliciousness of a cheeseburger with the health benefits of a salad.
Poor nutrition increases risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and more.
In recognition of Mental Health Month, the American Farm Bureau Federation launched a comprehensive, easy-to-use online directory of resources for farmers, ranchers and their families who are experiencing stress and mental health challenges.
Gardening season is here. As we become more involved in our landscapes and gardens, we need to be watchful of the possible hazards we might encounter.
Summer ag news items include Beef Quality & Care Assurance Training, Cost-Share Programs, and the Dead Livestock Removal Program.
Looking for a new dinner recipe? Try this easy Bourbon Street Chicken recipe from the Nutrition Education Program.
This easy recipe from the Nutrition Education Program turns your chicken Caesar salad into a low-calorie pasta dish.