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4-H in Redwood County

    LQA & E Animal Science Update
    Livestock Quality Assurance and Ethics Training or LQA & E trainings are open for registrations. Redwood County is sponsoring an LQA & E training on June 11th. Read on for details. Please note following LQA & E training in Redwood County will be offering Auction Participant Training.
    Animal ID Animal Science Update
    Animal ID process is open. Tags are available to purchase for $2/each at the Redwood County 4-H Office. Worksheets and how to video's are available on-line. Read on for more information!
    Fair Entry Begins May 16th
    Getting ready for Redwood County Fair means getting your projects enrolled into Fair Entry. Redwood County Fair is July 17-21, 2019. Early judging events begin on Monday July 15th. Static/general project entry is July 16th. Those clubs with Club Booth Projects should contact the 4-H Office to arrange a time. Read on for more information
    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
    Dates and Deadlines
    Read on for more information
    Congratulations Junior Livestock Superintendents!
    New! Leadership Opportunities in the Livestock 4-H Project Area(s). Redwood County Fair will now recognize our Junior Livestock Superintendents! Read On for more information.
    May the 4th Be With You; Planetarium 4-H Event at SMSU
    This free event is open to all registered 4-H'ers. Read on for more information!
    It's time to register for the 4-H Agronomy Crop Scouting event
    A 4-H Crop Scouting event will be held on Monday, July 29, 2019 in rural Benson for 4-H and FFA youth currently in grades 7-12.
    4-H Agronomy on the Road!
    4-H Agronomy tours will be held on July 10 (Renville area) and July 17 (Benson area).
    What’s your spark?
    A spark is very special. Read Jennifer Skuza’s reflections on why finding your spark, and encouraging its discovery in our youth, is one of the best ways a 4-H volunteer can spend their time.

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