Clemson University

4-H Wildlife Food Plot Project

 WHO Youth ages 5-19
 WHAT Prepare, establish, maintain, and observe a small fall
food plot using provided seed for the purpose of food
and cover establishment for game animals and other
wildlife species. Complete and return a Project Record
Book. Project plots can be hunted over, but must be
protected from livestock.
 WHEN Register by Friday, August 16
Plant by Monday, September 30
Return record books by Friday, January 10
Local Awards by end of January
Regional Awards by mid-February
State Awards by end of February
Regional and State Awards sponsored by QDMA
*State Winners will receive a Cuddyback Game Camera*
 WHY Educating youth on the proper techniques of food plot
establishment to benefit game animals and other wild
life species.
 HOW $5 registration fee for current 4-H members
$15 registration fee for non-members
Call your local Extension Agent for more information!

Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability,
political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer. Should you require special accommodations due to a
disability, please notify our office prior to the event.

Friday, August 16, 2013 at 6:00am to 4:30pm

Event Type

Cooperative Extension


Richland, Cooperative Extension Service

Target Audience

General Public


$5 registration fee for current 4-H members, $15 for non-members ($5 registration fee +$10 annual membership fee)

Contact Name:

Leona Parr

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