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Wonder why you put butterflies in the freezer? Curious how many siblings a pig has? Love horses but live in town? Life's little questions aren't meant to be answered alone! We invite you and your child to join 4-H, the organization of families who share in teaching kids practical things like pet care, growing gardens, capturing memorable photos, and important values like responsibility. Whether you live in town or the boonies, join 4-H and we'll tackle life's little questions together!
Connect, Inspire, Grow
Welcome and thank you for reading Connect, Inspire, Grow Steuben County Health. The mission behind Connect, Inspire, Grow is to connect community members to information and resources, inspire healthy living, and grow Steuben County community health efforts. Thank you for your interest and your support!
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Third grader is when the local schools start offering a salad bar, but teachers have noticed that many kids do not know what vegetables they like, so they forego getting the salad bar. 66% had tried a new fruit or vegetable after starting the school garden, and 87% were willing to try a new fruit or vegetable as a result of gardening at school.
Connect, Inspire, Grow
Welcome and thank you for reading Connect, Inspire, Grow Steuben County Health. The mission behind Connect, Inspire, Grow is to connect community members to information and resources, inspire healthy living, and grow Steuben County community health efforts. Thank you for your interest and your support!
Connect, Inspire, Grow
Welcome and thank you for reading Connect, Inspire, Grow Steuben County Health. The mission behind Connect, Inspire, Grow is to connect community members to information and resources, inspire healthy living, and grow Steuben County community health efforts. Thank you for your interest and support!
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Indiana 4‑H coordinated a trip to Heifer International Ranch in Arkansas for 44 teens from Indiana to highlight and inform Indiana 4-H member's not only of the global issue of hunger, but also to enlighten them of food insecurity in their own communities.
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The 4-H Youth Development Extension Educator, the Health and Human Sciences Extension Educator, and the Ag and Natural Resources/Community Development Extension Educator of the Purdue Extension Office utilized their talents to implement "Eat Your Way to Better Health" at Carlin Park Elementary, a school in which over 50% of the students receive free or reduced lunches. Forty-five 3rd grade students gardened and learned about healthy eating. See more detailed results here...

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