Updates on COVID-19 Safe Practices with 4-H Animal Projects

Animal Managerial Project  Please review updated guidance for 4-H participants for safe practices while working in animal managerial project situations. Updated Managerial Project Safety Guidance Animal Weigh-Ins & Tagging Please visit the Wisconsin 4-H Livestock Website for current recommendations for safe practices animal tagging and weigh-ins. COVID-19 Updates for Youth Livestock Families   3/20/2020 County […]

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4-H Managerial and Weigh-Ins Update on COVID-19

5/14/2020 UPDATES   Animal Managerial Projects Please review updated guidance for 4-H participants for safe practices while working in animal managerial project situations. Managerial Project Guidance   Animal Weigh-Ins & Tagging Please visit Wisconsin 4-H Livestock Website for current recommendations for safe practices animal tagging and weigh-ins. COVID-19 Updates for Youth Livestock Families – 3-20-2020 […]

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First female Wisconsin 4-H educator inducted into national hall of fame

Wisconsin’s first female 4-H educator, whose career would later take her to Texas and New York, was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame Oct. 6 in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Mary Kaye Merwin credits her entire professional career to personal development through 4-H — a 65-year experience that began at age 10. The 12-year […]

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Focus On… Citizenship — Inauguration

In January, a of Wisconsin 4-H members took part in the experience of a lifetime: an education experience in Washington D.C. that coincided with the 2017 U.S. Presidential Inauguration. The educational experience focused on citizenship and the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government. The young people visited national sites, held mock elections and participated in community service.

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Tammy Baldwin visit

Wisconsin 4-H’ers represent the state at National 4-H Conference

In April, 10 Wisconsin 4-H youth traveled to Washington, D.C. to be part of National 4-H Conference. The Wisconsin delegates participated in in-depth, issue-based round tables with other delegates from around the country. They presented their briefings to federal officials around Washington, D.C. and visited Wisconsin’s members of the United States Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives.

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