4-H Day Camp and Campout 2019

Have fun, learn new skills and make new friends!

Tuesday June 11-Thursday June 13

9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Camp out June 13, 4:00 pm to June 14, 10:00 am.

Clover Kids Day June 13-Ages 5 and up.

Oak Valley Golf Course and Resort

1230 Abbey Lane, Pevely MO 63070

Camp will be filled on a first come, first served basis,

so register early to save a spot.

Additional information

Camp registration

Health information form

Scholarship application



Missouri Minority and Limited-resource Farmers Conference

For Commercial growers, community gardener's or hobbyists.


Monday, June 3

Thomas Dunn Learning Center

3113 Gasconade Street, St. Louis, MO 63118

Registration begins at 8:30 am

For additional information and to register see brochure.



Stay Strong, Stay Healthy

This MU Extension Strength-training program can get your fitness journey (re) started!

Wednesdays and Fridays

May 29 through August 9

10:00 am -11:00 am

This class is currently full but you can call or email us to be notified of future class opportunities and/or to be put on a waitlist in case of a cancelation.

JeffersonCo@Missouri.edu or 636-797-5391

See brochure for additional information



Exploring 4-H Club for Youth

Are you excited about making things and learning?

Want to meet other kids and have fun?

Starting in May and runs through July

It is not too late, if you missed the first meeting you can still register.

A series of learning events for youth ages 6-18

Cost is $30 for those not in 4-H (yet), FREE for current 4-H members

For additional information and to register see our brochure.


Get Your Soil Tested

Soil  conditions have a big effect on plant health. Test results will tell you the status of the fertility and you will get specific recommendations to improve plant health.  $15.00 per sample.

See brochure on how to collect your soil.



Food Preservation Workshops

June 26, July 24 and August 21

If you have never home canned or it's been a while since you last canned food.These three workshops are for you! Each workshop will show different methods for safe canning--both fruits and vegetables for home.

$15.00 fee for each workshop covers the cost of food and materials. Space is limited. Registration is required for each work shop.

To learn more and register



Steps to Success in Home Canning

Two very useful publications to help home canners get started.

Before You Start to Can, Learn the Basics

Safe and Successful Home Canning



Get your Pressure Canner inspected and tested free.

Care and maintenance of your pressure canning equipment is important to successful canning. 

No cost testing of the pressure gauge and inspection of your canner is a way to help you safely can your foods. 

Call the office to set up a time to bring your entire canner, lid & gauge in for an inspection.




Flood Related Resources

With rain and flooding expected in parts of Missouri, University of Missouri has many publications that may be of interest to you.




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