4-H enrollment opens Friday, October 1. Volunteers and participants make sure to stay current with your 4-H enrollment!
The University of Minnesota Extension is now accepting applications for the Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development position.
Find climate-resilient, native trees and plants recommended for the Northern Superior Uplands.
Attend Itasca County 4-H’s Evening of Opportunity Tuesday, July 18 at the Itasca County Fairgrounds. The evening will begin with a picnic meal at 6:00 p.m. followed by our county showcase events of Fashion Review, Performing Arts, Demonstrations, Communication Arts and County Pet Show.
Animal ID’s are due May 15 for breeding heifers, cow/calf pairs, prospect calves (steers and heifers), dairy, dairy goats, dog, horse, llama-alpaca, meat goats, poultry (doves and pigeons), rabbits, sheep, and swine. Enter you ID’s in 4honline or download forms and turn into the 4-H office. Ear tags can be picked up in the 4-H office Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Jumping worms (Amynthas spp.) are an invasive species native to eastern Asia. In fact, no earthworms are native to Minnesota. This article includes a link to more information and where this invasive species has been found.
Drill team is a group of horses and riders performing choreographed maneuvers to music. Drill team incorporates coordination and timing with briskness or movement in a manner that is synchronized with others in the drill team. It also provides an opportunity for youth to develop leadership and teamwork skills and enhances the 4-H Horse Project while creating a positive environment for youth to develop mentoring skills with other youth.
From purple coleslaw to crabapples, farm-to-school efforts harvest benefits for all.
Lignell Farm, 2023 Farm Families of the Year recipient
Federation Meeting Minutes Available Here!