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County News

May 3, 2022

Human Sciences newsletters Words on Wellness and News You Can Use focus on providing you with tips on healthy living, food safety, recipes, and activities for your health and well-being. 

June 23, 2022

What if you have detected mold and need to get rid of it?  Here are some steps you can take to clean, disinfect, and remove mold:

March 7, 2022

Iowa families need to keep an eye on how inflation is affecting their cost of living. Building a budget with an "inflation fighter" adjustment is a key strategy according to Carol Ehlers, a human sciences specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.

December 13, 2021

Partnership with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Brings Additional Resources, Mental Health Support to Rural Communities

Canada thistle
June 3, 2021

Canada thistle has been a consistent threat to crop production and perennial habitats since its introduction to the state in the late 1800s. Care must be taken to protect your crops and farmland from this thorny plant.

 

WHAT CAN YOU DO IN 4-H?

 

4-H members can participate in a wide variety of 4-H projects and related activities, such as:
 

ANIMALS, AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES, CREATIVE ARTS, FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES, 
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY...and so much more!

Union County 4-H features 11 clubs:

3 Mile Sharp Shooters, Wiggles & Wags, Sand Creek Pioneers, Pleasant Valley Explorers, New Hope Boosters, Lincoln United, Horse & Riders, Highland Highlights, Douglas Boosters, the Lego League and the First Tech Challenge Robotics club.

along with 6 Clover Kid groups:

Lincoln United Clover Kids, New Hope Boosters Clover Kids, Pleasant Valley Clover Kids, Sand Creek Pioneers Clover Kids, Wiggles & Wags Clover Kids, and Union Clover Kids
 

Featured "At Work for Iowa" article

Ignite Innovation to Fight Food (In)Security

Iowa high school students spent several weeks developing action plans to address food insecurity challenges in their communities. They presented their innovative solutions during Iowa State's IGNITE Innovation Showcase.

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