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4-H clover 4-H ag and hort afternoon adventures

Event information

Date

Monday, October 5, 2020

Add to Calendar 2020-10-05 16:00:00 2020-10-05 17:00:00 4-H ag and hort afternoon adventures This exciting new opportunity gives youth knowledge and resources to work towards the creation of a community garden in the spring. This online series will have a new topic every month, September through May, challenging you to “dig deeper” in the featured topic area. At the beginning of each month we’ll start with a live Zoom session to introduce the topic and answer questions. After participating in the Zoom experience, you will receive information for self-directed learning. The information will provide you with a challenge for you and/or your family to do together. Our goal through the series is to get you excited and wanting to give back to your community through a community garden. Keep in mind, community gardens can be planted in the ground, raised garden beds or even buckets! However your garden may look is completely up to you, your family, friends, neighbors or anyone else you want to include in this challenge. Learn more about 4-H agronomy and horticulture. America/Chicago public

Time

4 - 5 p.m.

Location

Online

Contact

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

This exciting new opportunity gives youth knowledge and resources to work towards the creation of a community garden in the spring. This online series will have a new topic every month, September through May, challenging you to “dig deeper” in the featured topic area. At the beginning of each month we’ll start with a live Zoom session to introduce the topic and answer questions. After participating in the Zoom experience, you will receive information for self-directed learning. The information will provide you with a challenge for you and/or your family to do together.

Our goal through the series is to get you excited and wanting to give back to your community through a community garden. Keep in mind, community gardens can be planted in the ground, raised garden beds or even buckets! However your garden may look is completely up to you, your family, friends, neighbors or anyone else you want to include in this challenge.

Learn more about 4-H agronomy and horticulture.

Cost

Free

Registration

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