Allison Brundy

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4-H members tested their wildlife knowledge in the State Wildlife Habitat Education Program Competition on May 21 at the Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge.

By: Valyn Bodensteiner and Allison Brundy

Iowa delegates competed in a variety of disciplines at the 2022 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships in Grand Island, Nebraska, June 26-July 1.

By: Elizabeth Settles Huffman and Allison Brundy

One hundred thirty-seven youth from 23 counties participated in the Iowa 4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports State Shooting Competition on Saturday, Aug. 27, at Brownells Big Springs Shooting Range in Searsboro.

By: Elizabeth Settles Huffman and Allison Brundy

The Franklin Foxes took first place in the State Wildlife Habitat Education Program senior team division and will represent Iowa 4-H in the National WHEP Competition July 30 - Aug. 2.

By: Sydney Peterson and Allison Brundy

Twenty Iowa 4-H delegates showcased their skills and sportsmanship at the 2023 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships in Grand Island, Nebraska. The 4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports project helps young people practice self-discipline, concentration, sportsmanship, problem solving and the safe and responsible use of equipment.

By: Sydney Peterson and Allison Brundy

Iowa 4-H youth participants competed in multiple hands-on wildlife and habitat conservation events at the 2023 4-H and FFA Wildlife Habitat Education Program Contest, July 30 to August 2, in Milford.

By: Sydney Peterson and Allison Brundy and Adam Janke

One hundred thirty-two youth from 23 counties participated in the Iowa 4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports State Shooting Competition on Saturday, Aug. 26, at Brownell’s Big Springs Shooting Complex in Searsboro, Iowa.

By: Sydney Peterson and Allison Brundy

The Tama Turtles took first place in the State Wildlife Habitat Education Program senior team division and will represent Iowa 4-H at the 2024 National WHEP Competition. Team members are Lauren Keller, Wyatt Silhanek, Carlee Smith and Josey Wacha from Tama County.

By: Sydney Peterson and Allison Brundy

Eighteen Iowa 4-H delegates showcased their skills and sportsmanship at the 2024 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships. The 4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports project helps young people practice self-discipline, concentration, sportsmanship, problem-solving, and the safe and responsible use of equipment.

By: Sydney Peterson and Allison Brundy