4-H Biological Science news, programming and other resources from MSU Extension.
Youth participants explore the broad scope of biological science through real-life scenarios and educational opportunities about life and living processes. They learn about topics such as aquatic science, entomology, apiculture (beekeeping), meat and food science, poultry science, embryology and veterinary science.
Hot cocoa and hot chocolate are as different as milk chocolate and bittersweet chocolate but both are derived from the cacao tree.
Youth and adult volunteers become amateur scientists through citizen science projects.
A new Michigan 4-H event will provide youth ages 9 to 19 with an opportunity to demonstrate and grow their passion for science through a variety of science-related contests and challenges.
Students at Alcona Elementary School wrap up a yearlong project with a trip to the Harrisville Harbor to release their classroom-reared salmon and explore local resources.