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    Seeking youth and adults passionate about photography

    The Minnesota 4-H photography sub-committee is looking for youth and adults who are passionate about photography to serve on the state 4-H photography project development committee.

    Keep youth safe: Ensure all programs are publicly scheduled

    All 4-H programs must be publicly scheduled on University of Minnesota Extension branded resources like the county web page, Facebook or calendar. This ensures that all youth, Minnesota 4-H volunteers and parents/guardians are aware of and have access to 4-H programs, activities and trainings.

    2020 Animal Identification Information

    Due to COVID-19, there are changes to how you receive your animal identification information this year. Find all of the necessary animal ID information here.

    Come Out of Your Box!

    We all have a comfort zone; a figurative box in which we function from day to day. It is when we step out of this box that we are capable of growth.

    Three 4-H’ers head to 2020 MN YMCA; Model Assembly

    Three 4-H’ers will be representing Itasca County 4-H at the 2020 MN YMCA; Model Assembly.

    How 4-H can help provide HOPE to ACEs

    Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences (HOPE) can help battle Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Read more to learn how 4-H can offer HOPEful experiences to young people.

    Sign up for 4-H agronomy related project areas!

    Are you are re-enrolling in the 4-H program? Now is a great time of year to sign up for project areas related to agronomy -- projects like vegetable gardening, crop science, plants, soil science and even potatoes! New opportunities are on the way for those signing up in these areas.

    Check out these tools to support new 4-H families

    Discover these new tools designed to engage and support new families and volunteers.

    Attitude of Gratitude

    The 4-H Lunch Buddy program has started its 2019-2020 program year.

    Plan and develop the club budget

    It’s time for 4-H clubs to develop their annual budgets. Budgets provide a written plan for raising and spending money to accomplish club goals. Sharing budget reports with your club throughout the year is a great way to help all 4-H members understand where and how funds are being used.