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4-H in Blue Earth County

  • Amanda’s Maternity Leave – November 10th to February
    Amanda will be out on maternity leave beginning on Monday, November 10th
  • Helping Hands Grant: A great source of funding for your 4-H club
    Approximately $30,000 will be awarded to 4-H counties and clubs through the Helping Hands Grant Program.
  • Blue Earth County December Clover Update is now available
    The Blue Earth County 4-H Clover Update monthly newsletter contains the latest news and information about 4-H events, deadlines, training, scholarship opportunities, projects and other activities for members, families, and volunteers in your county.
  • Register now for 4-H BLU
    The Building Leadership and Understanding (BLU) program is an exciting and fun leadership adventure hosted by the Minnesota 4-H State Ambassadors. Youth from across the state come together for one of five overnight leadership workshops in February and March.
  • Regional Horse Event
    Regional Horse Event is a great time to connect with others interested in the horse project.
  • Winter Round-Up
    Winter Roundup is an exciting three day, two night conference focused on developing youth and adult leadership in the 4-H Horse Project. The conference is packed with speakers and educational workshops. Topics cover areas such as developing leadership skills, horse care and showing, horse project areas such as Western Heritage, Horse Bowl, Hippology, Speech and Demo, applying to the Dan Patch and Youth Leadership Awards and much more!
  • 2014 4-H Achievement Celebration
    Help us celebrate a great year of outstanding accomplishments of our members, leaders, families and 4-H supporters.
  • Building Leadership & Understanding BLU 2015 4-H youth leader retreats
    Building Leadership and Understanding (BLU) is an exciting and fun overnight leadership adventure that brings together youth from across Minnesota. Youth learn and practice valuable skills that they will be able to take back with them to their counties and communities and use throughout their lives.
  • The Science of Agriculture Response Challenge
    4-H knows that today's youth are tomorrow's agriculture leaders. The new 4-H Science of Agriculture Response Challenge asks youth to explore and develop science based solutions to agriculture related issues.
  • Youth State Fair Sheep Committee
    We are looking for 4-H sheep members 9th grade and up to be part of the state fair sheep show committee.

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