• Let’s grow grapes in containers

    Published on November 27, 2023
    With a little planning, you can grow grapes in a container on a sunny patio or balcony.

  • Improve your pumpkin pie with science

    Published on November 13, 2023
    Making slight changes in your ingredients could make for a better pie, or maybe not. Either way, it is a good way to learn science.

  • Teach science with your Thanksgiving left-overs

    Published on November 9, 2023
    The remains of your holiday bird can be used to not only make good food, but also teach science.

  • Difference between a zoning ordinance and a master plan

    Published on November 3, 2023
    The zoning ordinance is a law with penalties and consequence for not following it. A master plan is a policy document that expresses intent. It is not an enforceable document and is not law.

  • Hey Earth, straighten up!

    Published on September 14, 2023
    Have you ever wondered what would happen if the Earth lost its tilt? Ask youth how the Earth moves and see what they discover.

  • Exploring drones with youth

    Published on August 31, 2023
    Take the opportunity to introduce youth to the fast-advancing science of drones.

  • Exploring your world: Popcorn!

    Published on August 31, 2023
    Youth are sure to enjoy these fun and very tasty science activities.

  • 2023 Earth Engineers Camp Day 4

    Published on July 27, 2023
    Bugs, s'mores and plank walks!

  • Bee Palooza

    Published on July 18, 2023
    After a three year hiatus, Bee Palooza 2023 returns. Presented by the Entomology Department at Michigan State University, Bee Palooza is a free event for all ages where everyone can “bee” a scientist.

  • 2023 Michigan 4-H State Award winners announced

    Published on July 10, 2023
    The Michigan 4-H State Awards Program recognized outstanding 4-H members following the opening session of 4-H Exploration Days on June 21. A Michigan 4-H State Award is the highest honor bestowed on Michigan 4-H members.