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.
County 4-H Educators work with volunteers and leaders in the community in order to offer hands-on educational 4-H experiences for youth during the after school hours. Often times, these experiences take place within a preexisting after school program, but is certainly not limited to that.
County 4-H Educators are available to come into the classroom and teach a program designed to supplement a specific learning topic. Whether it is personal finance, living a healthy lifestyle, or STEM related topics; we have research based curriculum that can help enhance the student's experience.
Preparing for Lambing and Kidding Season
Fluid Power Action Challenge
Teens as Teachers Workshop
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