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4-H tent at Farm Science Review
year’s annual Farm Science Review. 4-H professionals and teens helped youth experience STEM in ... featured: Ag Bio-Products Challenge: Youth learned about Ohio’s two major crops, corn and soybeans, and put ... products from those crops to work to make ag-bio products, including polymer bouncy balls and soy ink. ...
Sarah Longo Program Coordinator- Camping & Older Youth Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H ... and camp facility manager relations Serves as co-advisor to Teen Leadership Council (TLC) and their ...
Ohio 4-H Foundation Spring Dinner
Farm Venue address: 11414 Caves Road Venue city: Chesterland, Venue state: Ohio Ohio 4-H Foundation ...
Making an Awesome Experience
space and facilities, and are centrally located. If the Cloverbud club is part of a larger community ...
Calendar of events
www.go.osu.edu/ohio4hdaytondragons. June 9, Whiz Bang Science Show (Wooster)— 7 p.m. Dr. Dave Lohnes, CFAES Wooster ’s popular ...
CAT Save the Date
leadership, faculty, and staff; tour university research labs and field sites; and visit local county ... the new, state-of-the-art Controlled Environment Agriculture Research Complex (CEARC). Formal ...
Insect Adventures 1
Traps To collect insects for ecological research, scientists all over the world use pitfall and pan ...
2012 Award Winners
Dawn and Bill Burgess of Ashtabula County Paul Fridenstine of Lorain County Hamilton County Farm Bureau ...
Hall of Fame 2010's
developed the state-wide CARTEENS program, developed a multi-county Ag Reality workshop to teach the ... Five Rivers MetroParks in Dayton, he dreamed of developing a facility with a program targeted to urban ... Ag Day in May. This collaboration between Ohio State University Extension in Ashtabula County and ...
Leadership Institute: Effective Coaching and Emotional Intelligence (EQ) online
face-to-face workshops presented at our Columbus facility. The second session will be a 1 hour personal ...