Holiday cacti are often handed down through generations and can live for more than 100 years. Wild cacti are endangered, so be sure to buy them from a reputable source.
The state 4-H ambassadors reflect on BLU and TEEL and look forward to 4-H opportunities this spring and summer.
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).
University of Minnesota Extension’s Neil Linscheid is digging deep into finding out how communities can create environments that help entrepreneurs flourish.
Partnership turns local corner market into an essential source for culturally relevant, healthy foods.
Reduced wildlife habitat can make even the most skittish animal turn to alternative food and habitat sources - including our home landscapes.
This February is full of great events and learning opportunities led by Minnesota 4-H and the state ambassadors.
A forgotten amaryllis can surprise you with how it bounces back.
Weather extremes and variability during Minnesota winters can cause cold damage to plants. You can prevent some of it.
A series of profiles of students, faculty and staff who have worked with the Humphrey and RSDP through the years tells the story of partnership between these two organizations.
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