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Harnett County FCS Agent, Greg Huneycutt teaching food safety to 4-H members.

Harnett County FCS Agent, Greg Huneycutt teaching food safety to 4-H members.


Our Farm to Fork Camp Work Team is pleased to provide you with the following resources to help you implement a Farm to Fork Camp in your county. The resources below can be downloaded and printed to support your work. Our committee will continue to add resources on this page, including a section soon on where you can borrow Farm to Fork Camp kits that will have almost everything you need to do the program. Check back often, as this page will continue to grow.

NC 4-H Volunteer Leaders Conference 2019 PowerPoint

4-H Farm to Fork NCVOL Presentation 2019

Resources From Harnett County Camps

Handwashing Handout

How Fast Does it Grow- Module 6

How’s Your Handwashing- Module 7


4-H Summer Fun Recipe Book PDF


Resources from Texas A&M 4-H Program










Video Links

Texas 4-H Food Challenge – Example Presentation #1

Texas 4-H Food Challenge – Example Presentation #2

Texas 4-H Food Challenge – Example Presentation #3

Texas 4-H Food Challenge – Introduction

Texas 4-H Food Challenge – Food Product Bag

Texas 4-H Food Challenge – Organizing Your Team

Texas 4-H Food Challenge – Pantry Visit

Texas 4-H Food Challenge – Preparing Your Dish

Other Links

4-H Food Challenge Information

National Food Challenge–BfHK453NfkolFO1g

District Kits

Contact Jackie Helton via email at if you would like to check out kits (availability is limited).