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The Clemson 4-H FACE (Food and Cover Establishment) for Wildlife Project, now in its 28th year, is now accepting entries from youths ages 5-19. The FACE for Wildlife program works through local 4-H clubs to educate children in wildlife habitat needs and encourages the planting of wildlife food plots. Those who are not 4-H members, but take part in the FACE program, will automatically become 4-H members through their participation. The annual project is sponsored by the Clemson Extension Service, SC Quail Unlimited and the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.
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