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Extension is expanding its online education and resources while in-person events and classes are canceled.



4-H in Goodhue County

    Sign up TODAY to learn all about Pollinators through 4-H!
    This free series is for all youth K-12+
    State Fair cancellation
    Extension is creating alternate experiences for 4-H'ers and others. "It won’t replace the Fair but we are committed to meaningful programming," says Dean Durgan.
    Chopped: Live Experience!
    Put your cooking skills to the test and channel your inner chef by participating in a hands on, virtual Chopped experience!
    Notes from Minnesota 4-H director Jennifer A. Skuza
    A brief update on summer showcases, 4-H at home and the role of volunteers in the midst of difficult times.
    Register for 4-H performing arts #AtHome
    A new 4-H performing arts series is coming to you #AtHome this summer! This engaging series of performing arts sessions will kick-off with a live session on Thursday, June 18, right from your home. Learn from teaching artists working in the field, receive resources on all things theatre, and connect with 4-H performing arts members across the state! Registration is free and required for participation.
    Participate in new 4-H Stock Talks!
    Join this new virtual animal science presentation experience for all Minnesota 4-H youth (grades K-13). A 4-H Stock Talk is a short video presentation about an animal science topic of your choice. Giving a talk is a great opportunity for you to share your learning with others and practice your demonstration skills! Videos must be submitted between June 1 and June 30. Sign-up today!
    2020 Minnesota 4-H SS&W Leader Certification updates
    We are launching a new 3-step SS&W Leader Certification process that you can start online! Please note requirements for each step. Watch for additional details in future Clover Updates.
    Build a Rube Goldberg-type machine
    There are some new ways that you can participate in the Minnesota 4-H Engineering Design Challenge during these challenging times – check them out! The Engineering Design Challenge is designed for youth in grades 3 and up.
    Keep youth safe in online group environments
    Many 4-H clubs, groups, and programs are connecting online. As more virtual programs are planned and delivered, use these practices for keeping young people safe online.
    Don’t forget these 4-H agronomy opportunities
    Don’t forget these great opportunities in 4-H agronomy -- they’ve been created to provide you with ways to enhance your project experience!

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