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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach’s Water Rocks! youth water education campaign has been hosting two AmeriCorps service members during the 2017-2018 academic year through the Iowa AmeriCorps 4-H Outreach Program.
The Iowa State Integrated Pest Management program will host its eighth annual Crop Scouting Competition for Iowa Youth on July 30 at the ISU Field Extension Education Laboratory.
The 4-H Ag Innovators Experience “Monarchs on the Move” challenge tour is underway in Iowa, and geared up to hit more than 70 events throughout the remainder of the spring and summer.
Six 4-H youth represented Iowa at the National 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C. April 7-12 and will continue advocating for 4-H programs in their communities.
More than 130 youth attending the Maize Program will use critical thinking skills to solve a real-world agriculture issue through the Monarchs on the Move Challenge.
The eighth annual Crop Scouting Competition for Iowa Youth July 30 will introduce Iowa youth to agriculture, specifically integrated pest management basics through hands-on learning and teamwork.
Two teams earned livestock quiz bowl state championships at the inaugural Iowa 4-H Livestock Quiz Bowl held Saturday, March 24, at Iowa State University.
Through participating in State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa, students learn a variety of skills through the creating, investigating and presenting phases of their projects.
Students all across Iowa have been busy preparing their exhibits and are finally ready to show them off at the State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa, on Thursday, March 22 and Friday, March 23.
Over the next few months, a collection of 60 Iowa 4-H Camera Corps members’ work will be on display at the Ladd Gallery in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Laura Ann Pautsch, former Mapleton Starspinner from Monona County 4-H, recently began her dream career with the opening of her online boutique, Laura Ann’s. Coming from a small Iowa town did not stop Pautsch from dreaming big and striving to reach her goals.
A group of Iowa 4-H youth will come to Ames March 2–3 to be trained as a cadre of leaders for a new STEM curriculum, "Monarchs on the Move." The curriculum will be implemented by 4-H programs in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska and is expected to reach 5,000 youth from rural, urban and suburban backgrounds.
The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Master Gardener program has announced 26 recipients of its Growing Together mini-grant program. The projects will receive more than $90,000 in grant money through SNAP-Education.
Thirteen Iowa 4-H members joined more than 1,000 young people from 33 states at the Western National Roundup Jan. 4-7 in Denver, Colo. Iowa 4-H’ers placed in the top 10 for several events, both as teams and individuals.