4-H Youth Development
Lawrence County Cooperative Extension Service has a wonderful 4-H youth development
program. Through 4-H programs, kids in our county are able to travel to new places
as well as meet other 4-H'ers. Lawrence County currently has over 100 county youth,
ranging from ages 5-19, and 20 adult volunteers. There are 4 clubs spread throughout
the county. Below is a list of the clubs and their meeting location. For more information
about 4-H, contact Bryce Baldridge at the Lawrence County Extension Office at (870)
886-3741. To join a Lawrence County 4-H club or to re-enroll go to .
Photo: 4-H members who participated in 2018 Day Camp at Lake Charles State Park.
Lawrence County Extension Homemakers
The Lawrence County Extension Homemakers always have a great time at the Annual State
Meeting in Hot Springs. Celebrating the year's achievements and projecting for the
future, AEHC meets at Hot Springs each June. Save the dates for the 2020 convention June 2, 3, 4, 2020. Educational, How-to, Creative Skills and Subject Matter classes, as well as awards
and recognitions will highlight the meeting. Everyone is encouraged to attend. For
more information about current clubs or to start a new club, contact FCS Agent, Tori Copeland, at (870) 886-3741. Learn more about the Arkansas Extension Homemakers Council.
Photonce EHC Members attending the 2019 AEHC State Conference in Hot Springs
Lawrence County Agricultural Programs and Services
Whether you have a row crop farm, livestock or a small home garden, the staff at
the Lawrence County Extension office can assist you. We offer a wide variety of education
programs from beef and forage production, to row crops, to vegetable gardening and
lawn care. Contact Lawrence County Extension for more research-based information on
agriculture livestock and home horticulture programs.