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  • 4-H

    Michigan 4-H is growing current and future leaders. The largest youth development organization in Michigan, 4-H provides more than 200,000 young people with experiential learning opportunities to explore new interests and discover their passion


  • The World Food Prize Michigan Youth Institute

    Published on May 22, 2018
    The Michigan State University Extension World Food Prize Michigan Youth Institute brings together young people to discuss global food security and access, and explore possible career paths.

  • Living the 4-H Life with Julie Chapin

    Published on November 5, 2018
    Hear from Julie Chapin about her 4-H life, everything the 4-H clover represents and how you can get involved.

  • A life of generous giving

    Published on June 3, 2019
    Doug Lewis is our superhero. He's a volunteer who is making a difference in 4-H, MSU Extension and across the state. His stories, energy and generosity inspire us and we can't wait for you to meet him on this episode of Partnerships and Peninsulas.

  • Growing Leaders Who Grow Solutions

    Published on February 24, 2020
    4-H is known for growing leaders, and Addy Battel and Pearl Daskam are two incredible examples of that. Jeff talks to the teens about how the skills they learned in 4-H led to the creation of a successful nonprofit tackling food insecurity.

  • Operation Military Kids

    Published on July 1, 2019
    Angela Harkins, lead state child and youth coordinator for the Michigan Army National Guard shares about the unique needs of military families and the importance of community and partnerships.

  • Ready, Aim... Targeting Life Skills Through 4-H Shooting Sports

    Published on November 5, 2020

    4-H Shooting Sports is one of the largest project areas in Michigan and nationwide. Learn how program priorities provide for a safe and meaningful member experience. This 2-minute video provides an overview of the shooting sports project area, helpful as a starting point for volunteers, staff, and stakeholders new to this 4-H project area.

  • International Conversation with Shelia from Ghana

    Learn more about Ghana culture from Sheila, Michigan international exchange student alumni. She will share about her culture, her government structure, food, clothing, creative expression and much much more. Sheila will end with the COVID-19 impacts on her community as well.

  • International Conversation with Barnabas from Uganda

    Learn more about Ugandan culture from Barnabas. He shares about his culture and differences you would notice if you were to visit his country. Enjoy learning about the importance of the Ugandan family unit, bride price, food and much more. Barnabas will also share about COVID-19 and how it is affecting daily life in his community.

  • International Conversation with Zichen from China

    Learn more about Chinese culture from Zichen, international exchange alumni to Michigan. She will share about her culture and differences you would notice if you were to visit her country. Enjoy her update on COVID-19 situation as well.

  • Life of the Straits: Inland Waterway

    Published on July 16, 2020

    On this edition of Life of the Straits, Cheboygan County 4-H Program Coordinator, Leigh Ann Theunick, takes us on an aquatic adventure through the Inland Waterway!

  • Life of the Straits: Mackinac Bridge

    Published on July 9, 2020

    Our first Life of the Straits session dives deep into the history and current status of the Straits most iconic feature: The Mackinac Bridge!

  • Life of the Straits: Les Cheneaux

    Published on July 30, 2020

    Have you ever wanted to visit the mystical land of Narnia? Well you’re in luck, because in this edition of Life of the Straits we explore the Les Cheneaux area home to a number of amazing features including an area locals call Narnia.

  • Life of the Straits: Michilimackinac

    Published on August 6, 2020

    In this edition of the Life of the Straits we have been given exclusive access by the Mackinac Historic Parks to film the highlights from one of the state’s most engaging and interesting historical sites: Michilimackinac

  • Life of the Straits: Mackinac Island

    Published on August 13, 2020

    Mackinac Island is the most popular tourist destination in Michigan with more than 1 million visitors each year.

  • Life of the Straits: Lighthouses

    Published on July 23, 2020

    Lighthouses have both fascinated and guided folks from water to safe shores for hundreds of years. In this edition of Life of the Straits, Presque Isle County 4-H Program Coordinator Kaelie Fessler introduces us to the 40 Mile Point Lighthouse.

  • Joshua Dixon: Oakland County 4-H

    Meet Michigan 4-H’er Joshua Dixon, of Oakland County. Learn more about the programs he’s taken part in through 4-H, including 4-H Capitol Experience, 4-H Exploration Days and civic engagement. He also shares how 4-H has taught him political and leadership skills.

  • Alivia Funchion: Monroe County 4-H

    Meet Michigan 4-H’er Alivia Funchion, of Monroe County. Learn more about the programs she’s taken part in through 4-H and how 4-H has helped her develop a love of community service.

  • Apr 18

    CANCELED: Ionia County 4-H Bake-Off

    April 18, 2020 12:00PM – 3:00PM Ionia MSU Extension 50 E. Sprague Road Ionia, MI 48846

    A fun opportunity for youth to practice their baking skills and discuss their products with other youth and judges.

  • Mar 21

    CANCELED: Berrien County Countywide Project: Fun With Eggs

    March 21, 2020 10:00AM – 12:00PM Berrien County MSU Extension Office, 1737 Hillandale Road, Benton Harbor, MI 49022

    The Berrien County 4-H Program will be hosting a Fun With Eggs Countywide project in March.

  • Feb 16

    POSTPONED: Roscommon County 4-H Community Club

    February 16, 2020 – November 15, 2020 AuSable River Center, 211 N Main St, Roscommon, MI 48653

    A year-round club for youth ages 8-19 to explore their talents and interests, participate in community service projects, and work on exhibition projects for the Ogemaw County Fair. Meets the 3rd Sunday of every month except July and December.