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The Virtual 4-H Filmmaking Studio & Workshop, located at www.4-H.org/curriculum/filmmaking is the online space to find tools and resources about video production and “how to make your own film”.
The video allows students get a glimpse into the careers of wetland professionals who are making a difference in Louisiana’s unique habitats.
The 4-H Shooting Sports Handbook contains rules and regulations for all shooting and non-shooting divisions for regional and state competitions.
Marsh Maneuvers is an educational program of the LSU AgCenter in cooperation with the Louisiana Sea Grant College Program and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. During the four-day camp, the young people learn about coastal ecology and the biology of the coastal area.
Clay Parker, a second year Louisiana State 4-H Shooting Sports Teen Ambassador, was selected as one of 46 students nationwide to participate in the National Rifle Association’s annual National Youth Education Summit (Y.E.S.).
This article teaches the basics of rabbit showmanship.
Selecting your show pig will be one of the most interesting experiences you will have in your pig project. Many times, it will be very rewarding; other times, it may be frustrating. Use these guidelines to help you select your show pig. (PDF format only)
4-H'ers participated in a Clover College session on robotics at the 2009 4-H University. Partnering with the LSU Computer Science department, 4-H kicked off the INSPIRE program.
Have questions about robotics in Louisiana? Want more information for your club? Use this page to submit questions about robotics.
Louisiana 4-H is using robotics to increase youth interest in science, engineering and technology. Several opportunitities are available for youth to participate in robotic workshops through parish programs.
Here are links to the schools who are participating in the Louisiana 4-H Learn and Serve Gardening Grant. To find out more...
Curriculum for Youth Wetlands Week 20100 encompasses hands-on, environmentally based lessons with a wetland focus. Program materials, including structured lesson plans, materials used to teach lessons and step-by-step procedures to activities, are provided at no cost to participating educators.
Students at Cypress Cove Elementary partner with the Youth Wetlands Program to plant a rain garden.
The Youth Wetlands Program newsletter gives you information on the YWP program, how to join, volunteer opportunities, available grants and wetlands-related events. A new issue is avaliable every month.
Louisiana 4-H offers several opportunities for youth interested in videography.
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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.