The Washington State University Extension offices in 39 counties and some tribal areas strive to provide university knowledge and research in each of its communities, including in Walla Walla at 328 W. Poplar St.
4-H is one of several programs WSU Extension offers, said program coordinator Melanie Owens in a release.
4-H and the Rural Libraries in Burbank, Prescott and Touchet: creative activities related to the “Out of this World”-themed Summer Reading Program. Sign-up through the local library.
4-H and Walla Walla Disabilities Network Parent to Parent: Challenger Horse Camp and Art Camp.
4-H and Valle Lindo Homes: robotics and sewing.
4-H is also offering five weeklong summer day programs for youth ages 8-18 and open to all youths, who can learn to sew by creating a lap quilt or learning to cook.
There are two Lego Robotics day camps, that will start at the beginning and progress into advanced robotic concepts.
Finally, in the Explorers Camp youths will experience a variety of 4-H projects and practice leadership.
All youths are invited to participate in one or more camp, but space is limited.
For more information, check see extension.wsu.edu/wallawalla/4h/4-h-events/.
The the Extension personnel for issues with your yard, garden, or a tree. WSU Master Gardeners are at the office from 9-11 a.m. or 2-4 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
For more information related to plants and pest check out the WSU Extension Publications at pubs.wsu.edu/.
See also for canning food and check out extension.wsu.edu/foodsafety/content/preserve-the-taste-of-summer-online-course/.
For more about WSU Extension programs, stop by or call 509-524-2685.