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“What positive outcomes in youth, adults, and communities result from the presence of critical elements in a 4-H experience?” A group of evaluators reviewed the basic and applied research on characteristics of effective programs for youth development. From this process, eight essential elements were identified focusing on belonging, mastery, generosity and independence.
Report on the 2011-2012 Healthy Living Wal-Mart Grant
Every 4-H'er knows about pledging their “health to better living” which involves more than just physical health but strengthening the inner self as well. As health has become a more prevalent issue in recent years, 4-H created the “Health Rocks!’ curriculum for 8-to-12 year olds in an effort to reduce youth tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drug usage.
A new app on the Iphone, Ipad and Ipod touch to help you learn about the foods you eat and how they fuel your body for your favorite activities!
A joint initiative of the LSU AgCenter and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation, Smart Bodies is taught in schools across the state and helps children learn how to build strong bodies and develop active minds.
Living Your Financial Experience (LYFE) is an easy-to-use financial education solution for participants in need of resources to improve their financial well-being.
Introduction to the 4-H Poultry Project. Downloadable project book available.
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(Distributed 07/09/09) BATON ROUGE, La. – Students attending the robotics class at the LSU AgCenter’s 4-H University squared off in fierce combat with robots they built and programmed. The robots fought in a circle, and the object was to push an opponent out of a 2-foot ring.
Have questions about robotics in Louisiana? Want more information for your club? Use this page to submit questions about robotics.
Help us by playing online in the fashion inspired world and completing the online survey. Stardoll is the largest online community for girls who love fashion, shopping, decorating, creativity, and making new friends from around the world. Members create their own MeDoll avatar, go shopping, dress up, decorate their suite, express themselves creatively and socialize with each other.
This annual report highlights many of the 4-H camps and events that took part on the three military installations in the state of Louisiana. Thanks to grant funding, each of the three installations has a 4-H club on the base.
A collaborative military partnership among four university cooperative extension services in Louisiana and Mississippi. The program uses a gardening curricula to connect military families to their communities in fun, interactive ways.
This annual report contains some of the activities that took place as part of Louisiana 4-H's Operation: Military Kids initiative, as well as quotes, statistics and a letter from the 4-H state military liaison.