4-H Youth Development - Civic Engagement
Contact Carole Smith
Carole is an Associate Professor in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. She has been with OSU since 1999 serving as the 4-H Youth Development educator and Staff Chair in Union County.
Content by Carole Smith
Keep weeds in your fields from becoming herbicide resistant by rotating among herbicides regularly. Learn how and why in this publication. Especially useful is a color-coded chart to help you distinguish among herbicides that sound different but kill weeds in exactly the same way.
Full-color identification guide for common weeds in mint production. Includes chemical control recommendations. Small brochure folds out to a full-size poster (22.5 x 33.75 inches).
The 4-H Survivor Camp Leader Guide is a curriculum for 8th- to 12th-grade youth designed to equip them with basic life skills they will need to successfully live on their own after high school. Click the "view it now" button to download a planning outline, lesson plans, and handouts to conduct your...