Developing a love for agriculture brought me the idea to tie my passion into a learning experience for others. Through 4-H, I started Woodard’s Workshops where I teach my peers about agriculture science, beekeeping and animal care. I started the program when I realized many people don’t understand the importance of agriculture in our society and to our economy.
Today, more than 40,000 students across Oklahoma have benefited from my program. And I’ve benefited, too. 4-H has helped me develop life skills like leadership, confidence and responsibility – important skills to build for a future leader in agriculture.