Clemson University

4-H Wildlife Food Plot Project - REGISTRATION

The Wildlife Food Plot Project is a hands-on environmental education program and an independent-study project that allows youth (ages 5-18) an opportunity to establish, maintain, and observe a wildlife food plot. Youth learn concepts of wildlife conservation, plant identification, and habitat management and have the opportunity to put that knowledge into practice.  The project runs from September 2018 to January 2019.  Food plot seed and record book materials are provided.  Record books are judged on the county, region, and state level to determine winners in Junior (9-13 years) and Senior (14-18 years) age divisions. We thank our sponsors, Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) and Wannamaker Wildlife, for their support of this project! Please register online if possible.  However, if you would like to register for this project at your local Extension office, complete the 2018 Wildlife Food Plot Project Contract (PDF 0.1MB) and return it with with payment.

Monday, July 23

More dates through August 10, 2018

statewide

Event Type

Cooperative Extension

Departments

Cooperative Extension Service, 4-H Youth Development

Target Audience

General Public

Website

https://www.clemson.edu/extension/4h/...

Cost

$18 registration for 4-H members (additional $10 membership fee can be paid to local Extension Office & includes T-shirt)

Contact Name:

Ashley Burns or Alana West

Contact Phone:

404-580-7984 or 803-276-1091

Contact Email:

taberp@clemson.edu or awillin@clemson.edu

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