4-H members check out a white ash in the Old Main Arboretum July 25 in one of many competitive events during the state 4-H O-Rama.
4-H members identify trees in Old Main Arboretum
July 25, 2012
About 400 youth from around Arkansas are visiting the Fayetteville campus July 25-27 for the annual state 4-H O'Rama.
Bumpers College faculty members, staff and students help with competitive events, many of which relate to majors in the college. They include technology showcase, entomology collection, veterinary science and pet care, performing arts, gun safety, consumer economics, human development, fashion review, food fair, safety, health, citizenship, public speaking, environmental stewardship, agribusiness public speaking, forestry, ornamental horticulture, crop and seed identification, sport fishing, bait casting and fish identification, animal science, horse and bicycle.
The week's events conclude with a 4-H Extravaganza talent show and election of state officers.
4-H is the youth development program of the Cooperative Extension Service, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.