Discover the beauty of the Ozark deciduous forest, the whispering pines of the Mark Twain National Forest or an ancient Bald Cypress of the southeast Missouri lowland. Smell the leaves and the freshness of birch, oak and pine. The forests are heavens for beauty of trees, flowers, and living things. Learn how to identify trees, manage woodlands for pleasure or profit, understand wood products, and how to preserve the forests for the future generations to enjoy.
4-H members, families, project groups, community clubs, afterschool clubs, school enrichment programs and camps are invited to participate in 4-H Million Trees. The project was conceived after a Pacifica (CA) 4-H member decided to do something to combat global climate change.
Explore all the college and career opportunities agriculture and natural resources have to offer through this unique chance to participate in hands-on activities with Mizzou’s CAFNR professors and students.
4-H exhibits and competitions are part of the fun of the Missouri State Fair. You won't want to miss this special event; visit the 4-H building to see the projects of our 4-H youth or catch the judging competitions. Whatever your niche, there is something for everyone. Bring the family! The Missouri State Fair is located at the intersection of Highways 50 and 65, and less than 20 miles south of I-70, Sedalia is roughly an hour from Kansas City, Columbia and Jefferson City.