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New Webinar Series for Farm and Ranch ManagementThe Department of Ag Economics is launching a new webinar series to discuss COVID-19’s impact on farm/ranch management issues in Nebraska.
#socialdistancing: Create Physical Distance but Stay in TouchIt may be easier to stay six feet from the nearest person but that doesn’t mean that farmers and ranchers aren’t having to cope with uncertainty. Learning to recognize your stressors and how to manage stress can help you personally and those around you. If you recognize someone in distress, use a caring approach in listening to them, and then connect them to resources.
Please fill out registration information via Google Forms HERE.
Mail the $15 payment per child to:
Nebraska Extension in Seward County
322 S. 14th St.
Seward, NE 68434
Please make checks payable to Seward Co. Junior Leaders.
Registration deadline is Wednesday, May 20th.
For questions, call the Extension Office at (402) 643-2981.
The purpose of a 4-H school enrichment program is to encourage long-term involvement in 4-H, enhance the relationship between 4-H and school systems (public and private), provide informal education to complement formal education, enhance the subject matter being studied, and foster and promote enthusiasm and support for participation in other 4-H programs.Membership Requirements
Youth do not need to be an enrolled 4-H member to participate in the 4-H school enrichment program.
A Clover College is a hands on workshop full of learning and fun for ages 6 and older. Youth may attend as many workshops as they wish! At Clover Colleges yourth get to experiance different projects that can help guide them to choose a fair project.