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4-H

Cody Freeberg and Jeran Hughes were among the approximately 8,300 4-H members to participate in the North Dakota State Fair, held in Minot from July 22-30. That included members who entered static exhibits, those who competed in state-level contests like Project Expo and Clothing Revue, and those who brought and showed livestock.
Helping a child prep for the county fair -- and then actually making it through the fair -- can help the adults in their life get in shape. But the County Fair Workout is one that only works for a limited time.
Writer and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has donated $50 million to the National 4-H Council — the largest single gift in 4-H's 120-year history.
Agriculture drives our future, economy, jobs, communities, food, fiber, fuel, flowers and so much more. What it looks and feels like in our towns and rural areas will be different in the future, but it’s our job to open doors and prepare our kids to be part of ag’s future.

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Bailey Dohlman began her job as coordinator of the 4-H and youth development program in Mitchell County on Dec. 28.
Dean Aakre prepared and coordinated 4–H contests, including livestock, crops and range judging contests across North Dakota.
Marit Ellingson has had quite the 4-H career, competing in a wide variety of 4-H events. She is know giving back to the organization that have her so much as a North Dakota 4-H ambassador.
This week, take an idea and make it a reality.
R.J. Kern's book The Unchosen Ones captures Minnesota 4-H students side-by-side, taken four years apart from each other.
Carlson's Lovable Llamas is a a Minnesota agritourism business. The Carlson's welcome visitors on their farm to educate them about agriculture and llamas as well.

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Kendra Blaschko is a 4-H Agriculture Ambassador for the state of Minnesota.
Oct. 3-9 is National 4-H Week.
Hunter Roberts, secretary of the state Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, said fair organizers are proud to focus on the state’s No. 1 industry and youth at the event, which ran from Sept. 1-6 in Huron.

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