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Photo submittedThe Bell County 4-H Community Club met July 19 to mount leaves they collected in June. 4-H'ers collected, pressed and identified their leaves in June and kept them in a leaf press to dry for one month. Leaves were mounted to cardstock and will attach the identifying label to each leaf. Each 4-H member can enter their leaf collection in the Bell County Fair on Aug. 6. The 4-H leader for the 4-H Forestry Project was Stacy White, Bell County Extension agent for agriculture and natural resources.
Photo submittedThe Bell County 4-H Community Club met July 19 to mount leaves they collected in June. 4-H'ers collected, pressed and identified their leaves in June and kept them in a leaf press to dry for one month. Leaves were mounted to cardstock and will attach the identifying label to each leaf. Each 4-H member can enter their leaf collection in the Bell County Fair on Aug. 6. The 4-H leader for the 4-H Forestry Project was Stacy White, Bell County Extension agent for agriculture and natural resources.
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The Bell County 4-H Community Club met July 19 to mount leaves they collected in June. 4-H’ers collected, pressed and identified their leaves in June and kept them in a leaf press to dry for one month. Leaves were mounted to cardstock and will attach the identifying label to each leaf. Each 4-H member can enter their leaf collection in the Bell County Fair on Aug. 6. The 4-H leader for the 4-H Forestry Project was Stacy White, Bell County Extension agent for agriculture and natural resources.

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