If it can creep, crawl, jump or fly; you can bet that it has the attention of my three and six-year-old. My daughter is notorious for having pet worms that she names and carries around the yard; while my son is more interested in frogs and toads.
Maria Feldhaus (SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor - Miner County) began her SDSU Extension career as support staff for SDSU Extension’s Miner County Office in January of 2000 and transitioned into the role of SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor in 2011.
Memorial Day weekend brought the unofficial start to summer and fun in the sun. My family and I spent a lot of time outside camping and on the lake.
Sara Koepke (SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor - Grant County) believes a true leader exhibits humility, responsibility, candor, and is a team builder.
As school is winding down and I am trying to figure out how to keep my kids busy all summer, I am trying to find experiences and ways to get them outdoors and off screen time.
SDSU Extension offers the Hazardous Occupation Safety Training in Agriculture (HOSTA) training program. HOSTA trainings are offered in the spring and summer.
All of the snow South Dakota has gotten this April will mean deeper and faster waterways later this spring and summer. Are you prepared to safely explore your local water ways?
Mary-Katherine Schlichte (4-H Youth Council Member) decided to join Youth Council because she wanted to expand her impact in 4-H.
Matthew Sperry (4-H Youth Council Super C) decided to join Youth Council because his father and four older siblings have been members—so it’s become a family tradition.
April is Autism Awareness Month so I wanted to do my own research on how to work with these children. I personally know several kids and teachers learning to adapt and incorporate this disability into their everyday lives.