4-H Centers—Buford Ellington

The Buford Ellington 4-H Center was opened in 1962 and closed in spring 2009 because of lack of funds to meet the standards of other 4-H camps operated by UT. At the time of closure, the estimated cost of required renovations was approximately $5 million. The center adjoined the Milan Research and Education Center (formerly Experiment Station). It encompassed 16 acres and could accommodate groups of up to 375.

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  • Title 4-H Centers—Buford Ellington
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  • Keywords 4-H Centers—Buford Ellington
  • Website Name Volopedia
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  • Access Date October 25, 2021
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  • Date of Last Update November 4, 2018