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Whole Farm Conservation Best Practices Manual
Improving water quality, soil health, and wildlife habitat while remaining productive and profitable is the focus of many conservation efforts in Iowa. Confidence in practice selection and management is essential for implementing conservation practices. This publication provides best management recommendations for farmers and landowners getting started with conservation and water quality practices by helping select and incorporate in-field and edge-of-field conservation practices most appropriate to the decision maker's land and preferences.
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Measuring Soil Organic Carbon: A Crucial Iowa Resource
This publication discusses how soil organic carbon has a wide range of crucial roles in agriculture. It impacts crop productivity, soil health, the movement of water, and removal of contaminants. Key themes of this publication include how soil organic carbon is closely related to soil organic matter, but the two are measured differently; soil organic carbon is linked to many aspects of soil health such as nutrient exchange, soil water holding capacity, and it provides great value on the farm; carbon markets are focused on changes in soil organic carbon stock that result from the application of new agricultural management practices; and the stock of soil organic carbon in a field is based on organic carbon concentration, depth of sampling, area of the field, and adjustments for other soil characteristics.
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Opportunities Beyond the County Bi-fold Brochure
Do you want your 4-H youth to take their 4-H experience to the next level? This brochure outlines several of the beyond the county opportunities that are available to youth. Several statewide and national opportunities are listed.
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Iowa Farmland Rental Rates, 1994-2022
Iowa Farmland Rental Rates, 1994-2022, provides an update of cropland rental rates in Iowa.

Cropland rental rates released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service averaged $256 per acre in 2022, a 9.9% increase from 2021, and the highest percentage increase in the past 10 years. Cash rent for pasture was 2.6% higher at $59.50 per acre. Rent as a percentage of land value moved slightly.
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Financial Performance Measures for Iowa Farms
Provides information about typical income levels generated by Iowa farms. Also illustrates other important measures and ratios that can help you evaluate the profitability, liquidity, and solvency of your own farm over time.

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2023 Garden Calendar - Garden Lore
'Garden Lore' is the theme for the 2023 Iowa State University Extension and Outreach garden calendar. Home remedies for the yard and garden are widespread but not widely researched for effectiveness; each month of the calendar features common gardening misconceptions and research-based facts to replace the fiction. Other features include a large calendar grid to be used as a gardening journal, as well as monthly tips providing seasonal information for fruits, vegetables, lawn care, trees, shrubs, and more.
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4-H Yearly Planner
Using a planner can help you learn how to set goals, make plans, and reflect on how well you did. You can learn organization, planning, and decision-making skills.

The 101-page printed version of this spiral-bound planner runs from September through August and is undated. It comes with two sticker sheets to mark special days like club meetings, fair dates, workshops, and important deadlines.

The 101-page digital PDF download version of the planner can be printed as a book by choosing the "booklet" option in the PDF print window. It can be printed in a letter size by choosing the "fit" option in the PDF print window.

The 4-H yearly planner includes the following:
  • A monthly calendar to plan 4-H club and project area activities and note deadlines.
  • A monthly project area check-in to track project area goals and progress.
  • A monthly reflection to guide self-reflection.
  • A monthly club meeting notes page to record important details and engage in club experiences.
This is your planner, to be used in the way that meets your goals and fits your learning style the best. You can record data, write comments, or draw pictures. You can make quick notes in your calendar or decorate it with stickers and doodles.
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ArcGIS Pro: Geotagged Photos to Point
The GeoTagged Photos To Points tool in ArcGIS Pro allows you to visualize the locations of images taken with a GPS-enabled camera or mobile device (including platforms such as an iPhone or Android). It works by creating points from the x-, y-, and z-coordinate information stored in the EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) metadata that accompanies each photo. In this tutorial you will test out the Geotagged Photos to Points tool on your own photos and learn how to match .gpx logs to photos without location metadata. Keep in mind that this tool supports .jpg and .tiff files, but not .png, .heic, or .jfif.
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ArcGIS Pro: Connecting to ArcGIS Server
In ArcGIS Pro, you can connect to online web-hosted datasets. You can use these connections to access maps and datasets for use in your analyses. Connecting to a GIS server is a great resource: it saves time by keeping you connected to the data source, and lets you access large amounts of available data without having to store the data on your computer. Many federal agencies, along with state, county and even municipal governments, offer freely-available geographic data via ArcGIS servers. In this tasksheet you will be connecting to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources REST Service and downloading some data about public lands in Iowa.
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2D and 3D -- STEM Club Activity
4-H STEM clubs can accept the challenge to transform a 2D figure into a 3D shape while learning about nets, and then design a piece of furniture while learning about drawing in 3D.

Youth-serving organizations in Iowa are encouraged to contact their local Iowa State University Extension and Outreach county office to explore partnership opportunities in administering this program.

Additional information is available on the Iowa 4-H Robotics Clubs webpage.
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Popsicle Stick Bracelet -- On the Go Lesson
Make a wooden bracelet out of a popsicle stick.

These To Go Lessons can be used to create a "grab and go" style activity with supplies included. Add your local contact information, print, and cut each sheet in half. The left side can be used on the outside of the paper bag or box to identify the activity, and the right side can be placed in the package as an instruction sheet.
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Community Leaders Panel -- Vibrant Clubs
Identify 3 leaders within the community and ask them to attend your meeting as part of the leadership panel. At a meeting prior, consider discussing the Leadership Panel with your 4-H Club. This lesson will walk your club through hosing a panel of community leaders.
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Discussion Guide for Proposed Rule or Regulation
Staff, stakeholders, and volunteers can use this discussion guide to assist discussions around 4-H rules and regulations. Review the two kinds of rules, educational rules and management rules. Then evaluate the purpose and potential effectiveness of the rule.
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Livestock Enterprise Budgets for Iowa - 2022
This publication contains estimates of production costs for common livestock enterprises in Iowa. Estimates are intended to reflect average or above-average levels of management using common types of technology. Input prices reflect expected average price levels during the year.
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Iowa Fruit and Vegetable Production Budgets: Perennial Crops
An enterprise budget is an estimate of the costs and returns to produce a product (enterprise). For example, an Iowa corn and soybean producer would be interested in developing both a corn and soybean enterprise budget. Vegetable growers who may have 35-40 different products may wish to develop budgets on their key products. These would be products that contribute the most to the attainment of producer goals.
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New Year? New Goals! -- Vibrant Clubs
Each new year, millions of Americans make a New Year’s Resolution or a personal goal for self-improvement to work toward in the coming year. Many individuals focus on improving their diet, exercising more, or reducing leisure screen time. However, others may focus on other beneficial actions like daily journaling, practicing daily mindfulness, reducing the use of disposable plastics, or improving their recycling habits. In 4-H, we practice setting goals for project areas and for exhibits. In this activity, you will set a personal goal to work toward this 4-H year.
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Sixty Second Speeches -- Vibrant Clubs
Public speaking is an important skill that can help you achieve your personal, educational, and professional goals. The skillful delivery of your message requires the organization of the material.

This activity will lead youth through the preparation of a short impromptu speech, organized into three parts: introduction, body, and conclusion. Participants will learn public speaking basics.
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Horse Nutrition Race -- Vibrant Clubs
This game teaches youth basic facts about feeding horses. Every animal requires feed to meet their nutritional requirements. Horses, like people, require water, energy, protein, vitamins, and minerals. These needs are met by providing hay, pasture, grain, and supplements to the horse.

Play the game by answering questions or identifying images related to feeding horses. A correct answer moves your horse to the finish line. Youth or groups should take turns selecting the question number to answer. Seven correct answers are required to cross the finish line first.
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Fabric Structures
There are different ways to create fabric. Here are three common fabric structure images.
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Native Seed Collection -- Vibrant Clubs
Native plants are an important part of the ecosystem, especially within the tallgrass prairie! In most communities, non-native plants are brought in for landscaping and visual appeal. However, many native plants are beautiful to look at and make great landscaping plants! In this activity, youth will learn how to identify some native plants in Iowa, use all their senses to observe and describe the plants, and then collect seeds to plant in their community.
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Iowa Pizza Rocks -- Vibrant Clubs
Let’s look at a map of Iowa. Can you find where you live? What places have you been to and what have you seen as you’ve driven around the state? In this activity, we will prepare a pizza that is a geological replica of Iowa! Iowa’s rock and mineral foundation is several layers deep. The oldest layer is on the bottom, followed by the next oldest, then the next oldest, and so on. The layers of the earth under Iowa were molten or fluid initially. They hardened with time and pressure. Our pizza crust and cream cheese represent a common rock that is found in the layers deep below Iowa’s surface. It is called limestone. Limestone is also found on the surface of soil. Older rocks exist below the limestone layer, but we will not discuss that today.
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ArcGIS Pro: XY Data Points
XY data saved in several different formats can be brought into ArcGIS Pro. Some of these include: Excel (.xlsx), Excel 97-2003 (.xls), comma-separated values (.csv), or text (.txt). In this tasksheet you will turn a CSV file containing UTM coordinates into points on the map. The Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) Coordinate System is used in this example because of its detailed accuracy, no negative values, and values are measured in meters. UTM divides Earth into 60 zones where Iowa is located in Zone 15N, you will be using NAD 1983 UTM zone 15N to locate your points on the map.
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ArcGIS Pro Field Calculations: Area and Length
As a GIS student or professional, you may be asked to compute basic geometric calculations in ArcGIS Pro. This is fairly easy to accomplish, but requires understanding how Fields operate in ArcGIS Pro. In this tutorial, you will practice adding a field to an attribute table and learn how to calculate area and length for a given polygon or line feature. These measurements may be helpful in a variety of contexts: architectural, as in determining the footprint of a series of buildings; ecological, as in the distance salmon travel from a lake to the sea; or agricultural, as in determining potential yield from a crop of corn, among many others.
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Computing a Cropland Cash Rental Rate
This publication guides owners and renters through the process of computing a cash rental rate for farmland.
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Cash Rental Rates for Iowa 2022 Survey
Typical cash rental rates for high, medium, and low quality cropland, as well as land devoted to hay production, oats, pasture, and cornstalk grazing. This information can be useful in comparing rental rates among counties and farms of different levels of productivity.
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Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO) and Enhanced Coverage Option (ECO)
The 2018 Farm Bill extends the Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO), an endorsement to farm-level crop insurance policies available through the Common Crop Insurance program, and new for 2021 is the Enhanced Coverage Option (ECO). This publication explains how SCO and ECO can extend coverage beyond the 85% coverage level of multi-peril crop insurance.
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Gardening for Butterflies and Pollinators
The flash of a colorful butterfly and the buzz of a bumble bee traveling between flowers bring extra beauty and enjoyment to our gardens. Planning your garden or landscape to include plants that attract and sustain butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects can increase the populations of these desired insects and increase the diversity you can observe and enjoy. You will also be doing your part to help preserve butterflies, honey bees and pollinators that are threatened and in decline.

Previously known as RG 0601.
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Beekeeping - Enterprise Budget Series
The United States is a net importer of honey, and opportunities exist to add beekeeping to a small farm, acreage or urban ag setting. Honey, beeswax, pollen, queen rearing, package bees and pollination services all provide opportunities for revenue. Many beekeepers start out small, with two to four colonies, and grow their operation after some experience managing hives.

Available in both English and Spanish.

Previously known as BFC 17.
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Introduction to Aquaculture in the North Central Region
Aquaculture is defined by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as “the breeding, rearing, and harvesting of fish, plants, algae, and other organisms in all types of water.” Since aquaculture encompasses a myriad of species produced in multiple types of systems and in multiple waters (e.g., fresh, salt, brackish), it is often the most correct word to use when describing farming in water. Simply saying “fish farming” leaves out significant aquatic crops that are farmed.
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See! You Did It! Presentations -- Vibrant Clubs
This activity will help 4-H members learn to communicate by giving an organized presentation in front of a group. This club or group activity will help them learn to clearly communicate information to others through a presentation. They will practice life skills such as developing self-esteem and gaining self-confidence.

This vibrant club activity replaces 4H 850 LDR - See! You Did It! - 4-H Leader Communication
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4-H Poetry -- Vibrant Clubs
While many people think poems need to rhyme, they do not. A poem is a series of words to paint pictures in the mind of the reader. The poet (or author of the poem) chooses words for their meaning, sound, or rhythm.

For this activity, you will need to create your own list of 4-H vocabulary—words or terms that are familiar to 4-H youth. Or use the word bank provided at the end of the lesson. If using word magnets, it is recommended to store them on a cookie sheet or other magnetic surface.
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First Impressions -- Vibrant Clubs
In the United States, a handshake is often used as a greeting. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines a handshake as "a clasping, usually of right hands, by two people as in greeting or farewell." Handshakes may also be used to congratulate someone or to formalize an agreement. When you shake hands with someone, you convey a message about yourself. Whether they recognize it or not, people will make assumptions about you based on the quality of your handshake. To make a positive first impression, follow these steps for a confident, comfortable handshake.
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Using Committees -- Vibrant Clubs
A committee is a team with a common goal. They work under the leadership of a chair and are supported by the club leader. A committee chairperson may be the vice president of the club (who oversees all committees), may be appointed by the president of the club, or may be a member who volunteers for the task. No matter who the chairperson is, there are responsibilities that must be fulfilled if the committee is to be successful.

Effective committee work is an important 4-H club function. Through effective committee work, club business meetings can be more efficient and allow more time to meet the educational, recreational, and social needs of members.

The Iowa 4-H Club program plan should always include youth voice from members. Youth voice should be included in planning of activities, events, and education as well as financial decisions. Provide opportunities for youth to be involved in financial decisions and plan for educational opportunities to help 4-H youth understand the club finances, guidelines, and appropriate use of club funds.
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Human Scavenger Hunt -- Vibrant Clubs
It is important to communicate with others effectively and efficiently. This activity will help with both, whether you know the people around you or not. Teamwork is essential for social skills like active listening, decision making, and effective speaking. It will teach youth that their voice matters and will increase self-confidence.
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Packing for a Trip -- Vibrant Clubs
When packing for a trip away from home, it can be impractical to pack an entire four-season wardrobe. Rather, we must decide which items to bring so that we can manage our luggage and have the right clothes to wear. This learning experience will provide the opportunity to explore the process of clothing selection for a specific time, location, and climate.
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Ghana -- Global Clover
The global clover publication series features countries around the world that have a 4-H program. 4-H reaches over 7 million young people in more than 50 countries!

The global clover publications highlight countries, languages, economics, activities, and traditions around the world so young people can learn more about global civic engagement.
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Finland -- Global Clover
The global clover publication series features countries around the world that have a 4-H program. 4-H reaches over 7 million young people in more than 50 countries!

The global clover publications highlight countries, languages, economics, activities, and traditions around the world so young people can learn more about global civic engagement.
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Safe Home Canning Steps
Steps to follow before, during, and after home food preservation projects.
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Wildlife Habitat Trivia -- Vibrant Clubs
One common ecoregion in the state of Iowa includes the Tall Grass Prairie. This activity includes cards with "fun facts" about various wildlife species that call the Tall Grass Prairie home. The fun trivia game helps youth identify wildlife species and learn more about specific characteristics of those species.
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Feed Additives to Mitigate the Risk of Virus-contaminated Feed
The introduction of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV) in 2013 into the US swine industry pointed toward feed ingredients as the likely route of introduction. Subsequent research trials have documented viruses can survive in feed ingredients and complete feed for transoceanic shipping (30 and 37 days) and transcontinental shipping (23 days.)

Authors of the transoceanic trial concluded:
1. Viruses can survive in feed, but survival is variable and depends on specific properties of each virus
2. Certain feed ingredients or feed products present a better matrix for virus survival than others
3. Select ingredient matrices seemed to enhance the survival of multiple viruses.
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Riparian Forests -- Vibrant Clubs
Let’s look closely at an important part of our land that needs trees! These areas, called riparian forests, are located beside lakes, streams, and wetlands. Early settlers called these areas “willow thickets” because thick trees and shrubs made them hard to get through. Trees and shrubs next to water grow fast and have root systems that tolerate wet soils. They are very important in maintaining healthy soils!
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Ground Grain -- Vibrant Clubs
Many foods we eat, including cereal and bread, are made from grains! Grains are the fruits or seeds from grasses. Corn, oats, and wheat are some major grains grown in Iowa. Most of the grain grown in Iowa is used to feed livestock. Ninety-one percent of the land in Iowa is considered agricultural land, which is the highest percentage in the country. Iowa is the top producer of corn in the United States! Have you noticed any grain crops in your hometown?
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Judge This -- Vibrant Clubs
This lesson provides youth an opportunity to learn what a judging team is and how participation on a judging team can be a fun and beneficial learning experience. Before the lesson, find four items that the students can evaluate based on personal experience. Have pictures of the items or the actual items ready.
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Bird Call Mnemonics -- Vibrant Clubs
A mnemonic (pronounced new-monic) is a device that is a learning tool used to help memorize things. Biologists often use mnemonics to help learn and identify the different calls a bird makes. It is difficult for humans to mimic the different calls of birds, so biologists will make up words or phrases to help them remember individual calls. For example, the Yellow-Billed Cuckoo has a very distinct call that is difficult to repeat. Instead of trying to mimic the bird, biologists have developed a mnemonic to learn and recognize the call.
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Rules and Regulations for 4-H Equine Shows in Iowa
This detailed handbook is a guide for 4-H'ers, 4-H leaders, county extension staff, show managers, judges, and others responsible for conducting 4-H light horse shows in Iowa.
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Cooking Over Campfire Coals: A Guide for Adult Mentors
Nothing seems to make food taste better than cooking it outdoors. The experience can be an excellent learning opportunity for youth whether it is a simple one-pot cookout in the backyard, several cookouts, or a campout.

An outdoor cooking activity can be used to help youth achieve many 4-H learning outcomes, including:
  • Learn practical skills
  • Acquire positive self-attitude
  • Develop leadership capabilities
  • Develop abilities to be a responsible group member
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Iowa 4-H Equation
4-H learning experiences are based on the principles and practices of positive youth development. The Iowa 4-H Positive Youth Development experience is outlined in the 4-H Equation.

Available in English or Spanish.

Previously known as 4H 127.4H127 4H 0127
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Iowa Retail Initiative
The Iowa Retail Initiative, a part of ISU Extension and Outreach, is a program designed to strengthen independent retail in Iowa communities.

Our two-part program:
  • IRI Champions workshop provides training and resources for the community and small business supporters on topics from social media and retail district amenities to understanding your town’s retail data analysis.
  • The IRI Snapshot trains local leaders to create a snapshot of their retail district and to assess information about their retail districts, mapping, and decision-making.
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Targeting Life Skills
The goal of youth programming is to provide developmentally appropriate opportunities to young people to experience life skills, practice them until they are learned, and use them throughout their lives. The Targeting Life Skills framework incorporates developmentally appropriate learning opportunities to assess the impact of life skill development.

This is a one-page visual publication of the Targeting Life Skills image.
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Checkout STEM and the Arts
Activities and information about how to create checkout kits designed to support the development of literacy and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and the arts experiences for K-3 children and their families. Seven activity guides focus on the following topics: Crafty coding, Daring dance, Fabulous farms, Good gardens, Marvelous math, Pet patterns, Sky Spy, Super Stars.

Download the Kit Purchasing List with links to the items for the activities.

Developed with support from John Deere and The Iowa Space Grant Consortium.
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Building a Wardrobe
The collection of all your clothes and shoes makes up your wardrobe. A complete wardrobe includes items you need for the activities you participate in. You may have clothes you typically wear to school, athletic wear for sports and exercising, and maybe some dressier garments for nice dinners or special occasions.
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Types of Attire
Deciding how to dress can be challenging. Our clothes can be practical or imaginative, simple or ornate; it depends on the context. For context, we take into consideration the time of day, occasion, and venue. Our clothes can also reflect our personalities or the persona we wish to project. Here are general categories of clothing types with descriptions and images to help you as you select garments for your own wardrobe.
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4-H in Fairs
This publication summarizes the role of 4-H in fairs. Learn the many ways that fairs provide 4-H members with unique learning experiences, the purpose of exhibit evaluation, the importance of showcasing, the role of fairs, the objectives of 4-H fairs for young people in Iowa 4-H, and the objectives of 4-H fairs for the community.
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Sustainability in the Swine Industry: Understanding the Life Cycle Assessment of the Pork Supply Chain
The overarching goal of the swine industry is to provide high-quality protein to feed the world’s growing population. Improvements in production efficiency are continually being made to create a better and more sustainable product. Sustainability in the swine industry can be calculated using a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). An LCA is a holistic approach to analyze the cumulative environmental impacts of the different phases of swine production. Swine production LCAs can inform producers and consumers how certain production practices impact the environment.
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Mindful Teen Facilitator Presentation Slides
Mindful Teen: From Surviving to THRIVING! is a six-lesson workshop series for youth in grades 7-12 based on the book The Mindful Teen: Powerful Skills to Help You Handle Stress One Moment at a Time by Dr. Dzung Vo. The program can be implemented both in-person or virtually, empowering youth and equipping them with practical strategies and mindful practices to manage stress, difficult emotions, and improve and support their overall well-being.

Iowa 4-H Youth program staff should work with the Healthy Living priority area team to receive training prior to administering this program.

Youth-serving organizations and volunteers in Iowa will be encouraged to contact their local Iowa State University Extension and Outreach county office to explore partnership opportunities and curriculum training for administering this program.
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Floodplain Connectivity
Floodplains enhance water quality and reduce downstream flooding.
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Streambank Alluvial Units
This publication reviews how streambank composition affects water quality.
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Game of Bests -- Vibrant Clubs
Teamwork is an important skill that youth will use their whole lives. This activity will demonstrate each team member has a unique set of talents, skills, and abilities that they use to contribute to the team’s success. Every member will get the chance to use their talents, skills, and abilities to participate in a small competition to earn points for their team.
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Corn Quality: Concerns When Grain Does Not Reach Maturity
The 2020 growing season brought challenges to Iowa corn growers. Drought and the August derecho wind damage are the two primary events that may have impacted corn quality and feed value. Grain that does not reach maturity or is stressed during the growing season (weather, nutrients, disease, weed competition) may be more prone to quality issues, and thus require different considerations for handling and storage.

This publication is intended for swine producers who grow corn and manufacture feed on-farm, feed mills, and nutritionists.
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ISU Extension and Outreach Red 5-Gallon Bucket
Whether you are a Master Gardener, 4-H'er working on some projects, or a weekend warrior DIY-ing with home improvements - these buckets can help you accomplish your project(s).


Pick up at the Extension Store's Distribution Center in Ames is encouraged as postage may be abnormally high to send this product.

*contents displayed in image not included with bucket.
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