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collaboration with additional youth in the Bellevue area in sharing the world of gardening. This has
increased the number of sites for 4H youth to grow exhibits for the county fair while engaging
others in the Metropolitan area. Develop the first unit for the youth to work with staff and youth at the LeMay Elementary School. They will join youth at Birchcrest Elementary School making in the Bellevue area 769 youth exposed to Extension consulting with a Master Gardener and Explorers 4H club
developing in the fourth site for the Stephen Center.
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The LeMay Elementary project, started by the Explorers 4H club to help grow more food, in addition to helping Bellevue STEM.
The Birchcrest Elementary site has not only a Plant Nursery Aquaponic system but also raised beds to grow food.
64 youth received awards and grants for their projects at Birchcrest and LeMay sites. There are always opportunities to join, for students who may be interested!
All food is donated to the Stephen Center with bags of the community partners involved at Bellevue Public School and Millard Public Schools (Partners of Education listed). Youth send this project to the Sarpy County fair, in addition to the Douglas County fair this year.
where can we get more information?
Shawn Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org
The North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) uses the Explorers 4-H club and Aquatic Society of Omaha INC as a youth resource for 12 states. See website below for more information.
Explorers 4-H Club Members Facebook Page