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4-H Youth in Martin

The UF/IFAS Extension Florida 4-H Youth Development Program uses a learn-by-doing approach to help youth gain the knowledge and skills they need to be responsible, productive citizens. This mission is accomplished by creating safe and inclusive learning environments, involving caring adults, and utilizing the expertise and resources of the University of Florida and the nationwide land grant university system.

Contact 4-H Agent Natalie Parkell, to learn how to get involved in "Making the Best Better" while you "Learn by Doing". UF/IFAS Extension Service Martin at (772) 288-5654.

For additional information on Florida 4-H visit: http://florida4h.org/

Upcoming Events:

  •  4-H Leader Training
  •  Ethics Training
  •  Fall Workshops
  •  Eggcellent Embryology

4-H License Plate - Pre-Sale - Starts October 16

Vouchers for a new specialty license plate bearing the iconic 4-H clover will be available for purchase at all county tax collector offices and license plate agencies in Florida starting October 16.

The license plate will go into production once 3,000 pre-sale vouchers are sold. Florida 4-H has two years to reach this pre-sale goal. The voucher, which includes the $25 specialty plate fee plus processing fees, is $33 total. Read more from author, Samantha Murray, in her blog post ...

https://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/news/2020/10/06/new-specialty-license-plate-supports-florida-4-h/

For more information on Specialty Plates, visit the Martin County DMV office at: https://www.flhsmv.gov/locations/martin/

Openings Available - Register Today!

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