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National 4-H Week: October 4-10
Saving geraniums over winter
Perennials forever
Drying gourds
Seasonal needle drop on evergreens
Shades of autumn
“Why are we finding all these little reddish-brown beetles in our new home?”
Celebrate National Pollution Prevention (P2) Week
Birds of wonder: chimney swifts
Managing deer populations and damage
Bumblebees pollinating more
Recycling facts
Making the “right” management choices
Hard to control pasture weeds—fall is the time for control
Handle hay bales safely
Are you looking for the latest wheat variety test results?
Farm first-aid kits need to be user-friendly
Yes, no, or what?
Are you considering non-traditional livestock on your acreage?
Fall webworm management
From hives to riches
Pesky horse and deer flies
Mealtime: Family Time
Focus on Food
Would your kitchen pass a food safety inspection?
Healthy Eating: Honey Care to Take a Dip
FoodTalk newsletter rated high nationally
Extension helps promote wellness through diabetes home study course
Family & Community Education News
FCE: Jean's Journal
Household Hints: Laundry tips for back-to-school garments and stains
Furniture workshop
Support your school by
Homework: a concern for the whole family
1998 Ak-Sar-Ben Livestock Exposition and World Championship Rodeo
4-H Bulletin Board
4-H exchanges
Horse Bits
4-H Horse Club Achievement Night
1999 CWF members wanted
Attention all household pet owners!
It’s time to reorganize!
Lancaster County State Judging Teams
Make a Difference Day
Thank you trophy sponsors!
4-H Volunteer Forum
ME & My P.A.L. Camp
4-H Awards
Fair’s over, now what?
Award nominations
Wanted: educational agricultural program ideas
4-H Open House
University of Nebraska offers new students many strategies for success
Kids Connection: Nebraska Children’s Health Insurance Program
Character Counts! alert
4-H Council election results
1998 4-H Celebration

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