The Cascade Lake 4-H Camp in Donnelly is seeking a responsible kitchen staff member. General responsibilities would include assisting Head Cook in the preparation and clean-up of meals for large camping groups.Employment period is seasonal—June through August. Click here to view the full job description.
For more information regarding this position or to apply, please contact Cascade Lake 4-H Camp at 208-250-8444 or email@example.com
Don’t miss the Pasture Management class for horse owners! Alayne Blickle will be speaking on “Horse Pasture Management”, “Managing for Mud and Run Off”, and “Firewise Plant Protection for Horses”. This class will be held Tuesday, April 30th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the USDA Service Center (1805 Highway 16) in Emmett, Idaho. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP by April 26th by calling the Gem County Extension Office at 208-365-6363 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This class is in partnership with the Squaw Creek Soil Conservation District, University of Idaho Extension in Gem County, Gem Soil and Water Conservation District, and West Central Highlands Resource Conservation and Development.
Lets Go! The Intermountain Livestock Judging Clinic will be held in Spanish Forks, Utah on May 9th-11th, 2013 . Valley County 4-H Leaders and Youth are encouraged to attend. We will carpool and plan to leave on the 8th of May and return that Sunday the 12th. Registration must be completed and sent in by April 29th, 2013. Please see registration form for more details. Scholarships may be available through Leaders Council, Valley County 4-H, and the Friends of 4-H.
Just a reminder to all 4-H youth that would like to participate in the Valley County Fair this year and are taking a large livestock project. Youth must be enrolled by April 2nd. For enrollment please visit 4-H On-line. Fees are $15 for the 2012 -2013 4-H year (Sept.-Sept) and can be mailed or delivered to the Valley County Extension Office PO Box 510 Cascade Idaho 83611.
Please forward a link of this post to friends and family that may be interested in the two workshops on place-based landscaping; these workshops are open to everyone.
- March 9: Water- and Fire-Wise Landscaping. The bulk of this workshop will focus on drought tolerant and fire-wise landscaping but we’ll also get a brief overview of the findings from the University of Idaho Northern Rockies Team with respect to expected climate change impact for our region.
- March 23: Wildlife and Beneficials. Wildlife and insects are a given, whether you invite them or not. Understanding what they like or dislike will help in creating the conditions and landscape that best serve your objectives.
We will have at least two guest instructors: Kim Pierson, National Forest District Ranger (New Meadows), and Jeff Motychak, Wildlife Biologist and Director of Natural Sciences & Mathematics of the McCall College.
Workshops will be held at the McCall College, 106 East Park Street in McCall, starting 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 9th. For registration, please contact the University of Idaho Extension in Valley County at 208-382-7190 or email@example.com. There is no set registration fee, but a suggested $7 contribution will go towards expenses. Please visit www.valleyextension.org/mg2013 for additional information.
Hope to see you there!