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4-H clover Minnesota 4-H Agriculture Ambassadors

Five youth wearing green 4-H polos standing in front of a large light up sign that reads, "Ag Day Gala."

The Minnesota 4-H Agriculture Ambassador Program is a leadership opportunity for youth in grades 10 through one year post-high school (grade 13). who are passionate about agriculture and educating others.

In addition to teaching, the 4-H agriculture ambassadors have the opportunity to promote agriculture across their local communities and around Minnesota.

From plants to livestock, these dedicated youth serve as positive representatives for agriculture and the Minnesota 4-H program. 

Meet the ag ambassadors

What do 4-H agriculture ambassadors do?

The 4-H agriculture ambassadors go through training to develop leadership and teamwork skills that are used in promoting and educating communities about 4-H and agriculture. This includes leading educational experiences for youth and attending ag events, such as the Ag Day Gala. 4-H agriculture ambassadors also have the opportunity to research an agriculture topic of interest. 

How to become a 4-H agriculture ambassador



Anja Johnson, 651-480-7705, akoester@umn.edu

Brian McNeill, 320-589-1711 Extension 2131, mcnei006@umn.edu

Reviewed in 2023

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