Clover Call Podcast
This audio program explores the people and programs that make Indiana 4-H Youth Development such an important part of our communities.
Above: Emily, Nathan, and Noah of St. Joseph County 4-H developed Meat Hunger as their 2018 service project. Meat Hunger is a 4‐H livestock auction buyers group that raised money to buy livestock from fellow St. Joseph County 4‐H members. Purchased livestock is then processed and the meat is donated to the Food Bank of Northern Indiana, Cultivate Culinary School, and St. Margaret’s House. As a result of this work, 24,000 servings of fresh meat were distributed to organizations serving those in need. The project had a total value of $21,308.
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