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4-H Agronomy Tour

July 17, 2019

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4-H Agronomy on the Road!
A 4-H Agronomy tour will be held on July 17 in the Benson area.
What is an Agronomy Project?
Agronomy is the science of utilizing plants for food, fuel, feed, and fiber. 4-H projects in agronomy can explore the areas of plant genetics, plant physiology, soil science, and even the weather! Agronomy is really cool because it combines sciences like biology, chemistry, ecology, earth science, and genetics. As a career choice, Agronomists help in producing food, creating healthier food, managing environmental impacts and creating energy from plants.
Animal Science Day Camps, Lake Shetek Camp, Yello! Conference, and County Events
Many opportunities are open to our 4-H youth this summer. Agronomy events, animal science day camps, Goat Camp/Workshops, 4-H Camp at Lake Shetek, YELLO! Conference at Minnesota State Fair, Leadership and High Ropes course, Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Team, STEAM Club
Registration is open for the Benson area agronomy tour on July 17
This tour is open to 4-Hers in grades 3 & up and parents/guardians interested in learning more about agronomy.
Animal Science Day Camps, Lake Shetek Camp, Yello! Conference, and County Events
Many opportunities are open to our 4-H youth this summer. Agronomy events, animal science day camps, Goat Camp/Workshops, 4-H Camp at Lake Shetek, YELLO! Conference at Minnesota State Fair, Leadership and High Ropes course, Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Team, STEAM Club
Registration is open for the Benson area agronomy tour on July 17
This tour is open to 4-Hers in grades 3 & up and parents/guardians interested in learning more about agronomy.
4-H Agronomy news
Check opportunities to participate in 4-H agronomy program happenings, sign up for the 4-H agronomy tour, see the 4-H crop scouting team practice schedule and other agronomy programs happening in our area!