What questions can you ask to help with critical thinking? Read about a definition and learn a three-step tool to help your thinking process.
Congratulations to the 2021 Minnesota 4-H scholarship recipients! These 14 outstanding 4-H youth and alumni across Minnesota stood out among approximately 110 applications.
Plant diseases that were held back by the drought are rearing up now. How far can diseases spread and what plants are at risk?
Governmental funding initiatives will result in some farms and small businesses having significant governmental income payments this year. Several tax planning strategies can help farmers maximize their after-tax income.
A number of resources are available to woodland owners to better understand the history of the woods they enjoy.
Traditional Native Games is a program lead by American Indian Resource and Resiliency Team member, Solomon Trimble, who discusses the importance of traditional native games as a bridge to identity, community, and substance and suicide prevention among youth.
Mending Broken Hearts is a program lead by American Indian Resource and Resiliency team member Briana Michels, who discusses the importance of exploring healing with a Native lens, and draws connections between intergenerational trauma and substance use.
Are you ready to lead and facilitate your next in-person and hybrid meeting? Start planning and get prepared by learning about the Eight Ps to consider.
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How do you know if your melons are ready to pick? This quick guide to harvesting ripe and delicious melons also covers squash and pumpkins, which seem to be ripening ahead of schedule this year.
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