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Tyler West

Tyler West

Tyler West was named the state winner of the 4-H Wildlife Food Plot Project recently.

Registration open for 4-H Wildlife Food Plot Project for youth

West won first place in the junior division for the Savannah Valley region and then was named as overall state winner. He is a member of the Orangeburg Christian Home Educator 4-H club.

Leadership, dedication recognized at State 4-H Congress

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His winnings include: a one-year QDMA Rack Pack membership, a $25 value that includes A Rack Pack blaze orange hat, a one-year subscription to Quality Whitetails magazine, QDMA’s Aging & Scoring Bucks on the Hoof DVD, Rack Pack and QDMA decals, coupon to QDMA’s store The Shed, personalized member card and free admittance to field days.

Teaching kids to eat healthier

The SC 4-H Wildlife Food Plot project is a hands-on environmental education program and a competitive, independent-study project that allows youth ages 5 through 18 an opportunity to establish, maintain, and observe a wildlife food plot. Youth learn concepts of wildlife conservation, plant identification, and habitat management and have the opportunity to put that knowledge into real-life practice. For more information contact Glenna Mason, 4-H youth development extension agent at 803-534-6280.

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