While we all use technology every day, how do we know if it is making our lives easier?
Would you eat a blue carrot? What about a purple bean? Can you think of a food you would not eat because of the color?
Why are some people right-handed and others left-handed? Can people be both?
MSU Extension's goal is that every Michigan child is prepared for a healthy and productive life. Children and youth programming is in five areas: capacity building for youth programs, workforce development, enhancing science literacy, and leadership.
In addition to their role for increasing bee abundance, building bee hotels can be educational and fun for people learning about wild bees.
The U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy indicates that STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) occupations are growing at nearly two times the rate of non-STEM jobs.
With a goal of ensuring every Michigan child is prepared with the knowledge, tools and skills to lead a healthy and productive life, MSU Extension’s children and youth programming uses the experiential learning model through which children learn best.