4-H National Youth Science Day 2017 – Incredible Wearables and More!!

The 2017 4-H National Youth Science Day curriculum has been released! This year’s engineering challenge Incredible Wearables- is a fun way for kids to build wearable fitness trackers. From watches and eye wear to fashion and virtual reality headsets, wearable technologies are fast becoming the must-have accessory for forward thinkers. This year’s challenge will see […]

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October 2017 4-H Newsletter – Clover Courier

Hi 4-H members and Families – This Clover Courier is full of fun 4-H Information! Leaders Meetings STEM Camp Fair Check? Scholarships Meat Animal Project Art Contests and more! October 2017 4-H Newsletter – Clover Courier   Stay Updated with the Dunn County 4-H  program on Facebook!   If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development, […]

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Dunn County 4-H: National 4-H Volunteer e-Forum 2017

Hi 4-H Member and Leaders – This year Dunn County will be hosting all three National 4-H Volunteer e-Forum Training sessions!! Our sessions in Dunn County will be held approximately a week after each training was ‘live’ across the nation. If you would like to attend a live session please email smhintz@co.dunn.wi.us for a list […]

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Raising Rabbits 101

If chickens aren’t your style, why not try raising rabbits! Here are some great reasons why you could raise rabbits! The benefits of raising rabbits are varied and have been contributing companionship, food, fur and other products to their American keepers — urban and rural — since about 1900, when they first were imported from […]

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4-H Meat Animal Project: Webinar on the new YQCA program

Hi Dunn County 4-H Members and Families – Please see the message below, sent from our Extension Youth Livestock Specialist, Bernadette (Bernie) O’Rourke, on the transition from MAQA to the new program Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA). Stephanie Hintz 4-H Program Assistant _______________________________________   All, (Exhibitors, Parents & Guardians, UW Extension, Agri-Science Teachers, […]

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