Through “hands on” 4-H agriculture, science, technology, engineering, and math learning experiences, youth will:
- Get excited about and interested in agriculture and STEM.
- Have a greater understanding and knowledge of food production and its importance in our economy and world.
- Gain 21st Century skills, including technology, health, business and economic literacy, critical thinking, problem solving, initiative and self-direction.
- Consider and connect with agricultural-related studies at the university level while being exposed to and exploring future careers in agriculture.
SD 4-H is actively seeking sponsors for the 2019-2020 program year. If you are interested in providing support to the Science of Agriculture program, contact Christine Wood.