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The state 4-H ambassadors highlight the numerous leadership opportunities being offered in 4-H this spring and summer.
Minnesota 4-H Agriculture Ambassadors provided local learning opportunities and attended the National 4-H Ignite Conference to develop their skills further.
Minnesota 4-H alumna Nicole Cash was selected as one of four 4-H Youth in Action award winners in 2023.
4-H Outdoor Wilderness Leadership and Service (OWLS) Program participants create and implement service-learning conservation projects that benefit their local area.
Kimberlee Bell credits 4-H with teaching her a wide range of important skills, which led to her being a U.S. foreign service officer for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Food and nutrition projects are growing, thanks to Extension’s judges, volunteers, donors and curious young minds.
Youth from across the state showcased machines they created with their teams that had them exercising skills in engineering design, teamwork and creativity.
4-H allowed alumnus Nathaniel (Nathan) Diedrich the opportunity to discover his “spark”— which, in his case, was aerospace engineering.
Congratulations to the 15 4-H youth and alumni across Minnesota who stood out among approximately 97 applications.
The 4-H pledge plays out in the lives of young people across Minnesota.