View results from the annual 4-H state livestock judging and skill-a-thon competitions.
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South Dakota 4-H Members Compete in Livestock Judging Contest at 2019 North American International Livestock Exposition
January 13, 2020
South Dakota 4-H youth from Clark, Deuel and McCook counties competed in the 2019 National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest held on Nov. 19, 2019, in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) in Louisville, Kentucky.
January 24, 2020
Hands-on learning experience prepared youth to develop an action plan to address local agri-science challenges.
January 27, 2020
South Dakota 4-H has launched Teens for Jeans, the 2019-20 statewide community service project.
February 07, 2020
Members of South Dakota 4-H attended the Western National Roundup January 8-12, 2020, in Denver, Colorado.
Self-care is so essential for all individuals, young and old, to partake in regularly. Often, self-care gets placed on the back burners during our regular daily lives with our vast, jam-packed schedules. We get so wrapped up in our go-go-go routines and forget to take time for ourselves until we absolutely need it to continue onward.
Now is a great time to help your child learn and understand math and science while having a fun time. The kitchen is the perfect classroom.
South Dakota State 4-H Ambassadors Attend National 4-H Summit on Healthy Living and 4-H Healthy Habits Conference
March 23, 2020
Three South Dakota State 4-H Ambassadors joined other teen leaders from across the country at the 4-H Healthy Habits Conference and National 4-H Summit on Healthy Living to learn how to be advocates for promoting healthy lifestyle choices in their communities.
Have you ever noticed the first buds breaking on the trees outside? Perhaps you have made note of when you see the first robin of the spring? If so, then you have been studying phenology without even knowing it.