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Regional Pest Alert - Lobate Lac Scale
A two-page handout on lobate lac scale that includes color photos for identification, details about life cycle and host plants, and management options.
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National Pest Alert - Pink Hibiscus Mealybug
A two-page handout on pink hibiscus mealybug that includes color photos for identification, details about life cycle and damage, and suggestions for preventing spread and managing infestations.
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National Pest Alert - Spotted Lanternfly (Unit=50)
A two-page handout on the spotted wing lanternfly which includes color photos, life cycle, identification information, its potential to spread and impact.
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Federal and State Regulations on Selling Pickled Vegetables
Pickling is an ancient method of food preservation dating back to 3rd century BC China. Unfermented pickles are typically put into an airtight jar with acid and flavorings and heated to kill any potential bacteria on the fruit or vegetable that may cause illness or spoilage. After a few days, the pickles are ready for consumption. The biggest concern about pickled foods is Clostridium botulinum. Clostridium botulinum is a microorganism that produces a fatal toxin in anaerobic environments with a pH above 4.6. The toxin causes botulism, a serious paralytic illness that can be fatal and is considered a medical emergency.
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Understanding and Managing Soil Compaction
Soil compaction occurs when soil aggregates and particles are compressed into a smaller soil volume. excessively compacted soil results in problems such as poor root penetration, decreased soil aeration from larger macropores, reduced rainfall infiltration and increased runoff. This publication covers best practices for managing soil compaction.
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2023 Iowa Farm Costs and Returns
The farm record data utilized in this report were obtained from the Iowa Farm Business Association. The average of all farms in each table represents a weighted average of the values for each size group listed. Weighting factors are based on the number of farms in each size group in the state, as computed from the most recent Census of Agriculture.
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National Pest Alert - Spotted Wing Drosophila (Unit=50)
A two-page handout on spotted wing drosophila that includes color photos, information on damage, identification and monitoring methods.
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Federal and State Regulations on Selling Frozen and Dehydrated Foods
Freezing and dehydrating produce commodities, including fruits, vegetables, and nuts, are ways to increase the shelf life of the produce. Freezing can preserve freshness and quality.

Freezing does not kill bacteria on the product but it does prevent microbes from growing. Once a food is thawed, bacteria begin to grow and can spoil the produce, or if pathogenic (harmful), can cause foodborne illness. Be sure to store the fruit or vegetable at 0°F or below for the duration of its frozen life.
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Federal and State Regulations on Selling Jams and Jellies
Jams, jellies, fruit butters, and preserves are shelf-stable food products. They contain high amounts of sugar and acid which lower the water activity and pH, respectively, of the product to minimize the growth of bacteria. Moisture migration, mold growth, and oxidation are reduced by hermetically sealing the jar. Important to the safety of jams and jellies is ensuring the pH of the product is below 4.6. Below this pH, Clostridium botulinum, a very serious human pathogen, cannot produce its deadly toxin.
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Protecting Agricultural Employees
The Worker Protection Standard (WPS) is a federal regulation designed to protect agricultural workers and pesticide handlers from pesticide poisoning and injury. The WPS applies whenever a pesticide used in the production of agricultural plants has an "Agricultural Use Requirements" section on the product label. This publication outlines the responsibilities of agricultural employers to ensure that employees are protected from pesticide exposure and provides resources for additional information.
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Drone Dash -- Computer Science
This activity introduces youth to drone technology with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) skills. Youth will understand the basic mechanics and code flight paths. Youth will work on critical thinking skills, teamwork, and awareness of flight. The goal is to inspire youth and equip them with skills to explore drone technology. Feel free to bring in a local expert to help with this lesson!
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Harvesting and Preparing Vegetables for Exhibit
Each time you select vegetables from the produce section of the grocery store, you are judging. You select produce for freshness, cleanliness, good size and color, and freedom from mechanical, insect, and disease damage. You look for the same qualities in your home-grown produce.

There are many important guidelines when selecting and preparing vegetables for exhibit at fairs. Judges use several criteria to evaluate vegetables. There are several things the exhibitor can do to meet these criteria to the highest level and receive top placing at the fair.
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Preparing Cut Flowers and Houseplants for Exhibits
Participating in flower shows at fairs can be fun and rewarding. Good exhibits help others learn about various types of flowers and plants. Judges use several criteria to evaluate cut flowers and houseplants. There are several things the exhibitor can do to meet these criteria to the highest level and receive top placing at the fair.
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Flexible Farm Lease Agreements
This publication provides information needed to develop flexible farm lease agreements, where the actual rent is not determined until after the crop is harvested. Included is a flexible lease agreement worksheet and multiple examples.
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Computing a Cropland Cash Rental Rate
This publication guides owners and renters through multiple approaches to determining cash rental rates. Included is a cropland cash rent worksheet, examples, and additional considerations when leasing farmland.
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Cash Rental Rates for Iowa 2024 Survey
The cash rental rate survey of farmers, landowners, agricultural lenders, and professional farm managers asks their best judgments on 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 as a reference point for farms of different levels of productivity.
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Delayed and Prevented Planting Provisions for Multiple Peril Crop Insurance
In some years, cold weather or frequent rains may prevent tillage and planting from being completed as early as desired, or impact crops shortly after planting when replanting may be viable. This publication describes the general options available for producers under Multiple Peril Crop Insurance Policies when delayed or prevented planting impact their operations.
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A Survey of Iowa Beef X Dairy Calf Raisers and Feedlot Operators to Further Describe Challenges Related to Finishing BXD Crossbreds
As interest in feeding beefxdairy crossbred cattle increases, more questions arise about best management practices for this type of cattle. Iowa producers who raise beefXdairy cross calves were surveyed and this is a summary of their management practices and comments.
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Harvesting and Preparing Herbs for Exhibit
Herbs, botanically, are non-woody annuals, biennials, or perennial plants that die back to the ground each year. They are plants valued for their flavor, fragrance, and medicinal uses. Culinary herbs are often important ingredients in savory and sweet recipes. Freshly harvested herbs have distinct flavors and aromatic qualities.

There are many important guidelines when selecting and preparing fresh herbs for exhibit at fairs. Herbs exhibited at fairs are exhibited as fresh leaves and stems. They are not dried or processed in any way. Judges use several criteria to evaluate herbs. There are several things the exhibitor can do to meet these criteria to the highest level and receive top placings at the fair.
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Preparing Floral Arrangements for Exhibit
Floral arrangement or design is the art of arranging flowers and other plant materials into an eye-catching and artistic display. They take on many forms and styles but always incorporate the elements and principles of design including balance, proportion, and contrast, among other things. Good floral arrangements are not only pleasing to look at, but can help others learn about various types of flowers and plants. Judges use several criteria to evaluate floral designs. There are several things the exhibitor can do to meet these criteria to the highest level and receive top placing at the fair.
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Drainage Water Recycling for Crop Production and Water Quality in Iowa
Drainage water recycling has shown strong potential as a practice that both boosts crop production and improves water quality. Storage and recycling of drainage water can help create cropping systems that are more resilient to climate risks and provide long-term sustainability. Increased water storage can potentially provide other benefits, depending on design and management, such as wildlife habitat and flood peak reduction.

Available from the Iowa Soybean Association.
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Winter Camelina: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The winter camelina factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Radish: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The radish factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Rapeseed: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The rapeseed factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Buckwheat: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The buckwheat factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Sunflower: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The sunflower factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Annual Ryegrass: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The annual ryegrass factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Sorghum Sudangrass: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The sorghum sudangrass factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Crimson Clover: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The crimson clover factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Red Clover: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The red clover factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Cowpea: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The cowpea factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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Hairy Vetch: Cover Crop Fact Sheet for Iowa
The hairy vetch factsheet is a quick reference to aid in selection and identification of cover crop species. The factsheets provide information on cultural traits, planting information, and performance ratings.

Available from the USDA NRCS website.

This factsheet was created in a collaboration between USDA-NRCS and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (Mark Licht, Hillary Olson, Mila Pessotto, Jeremy Hollingsworth). Jason Johnson, USDA-NRCS, did the design and layout.

A full list on of Iowa Cover Crop Factsheets is available at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/tech-tools/iowa-cover-crop-factsheets.
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National Pest Alert - Yellow-Legged Hornet (Unit=50)
This two-page handout about yellow-legged hornets includes color photos, identification tips, lookalike wasp species, and information about trapping and reporting.

Please note when ordering the Publication, you are ordering a pack of 50 copies that are shrink wrapped.
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Notice of Timber for Sale
This publication is an example template for a notice of timber sale announcement – a key document in the process of selling timber. This document provides potential timber buyers with information required to bid on standing timber.

Previously known as PM 413A.
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Timber Sale Contract
This publication is an example template for timber sale contracts, and includes key points and terminology for private landowners who are considering selling timber.

Previously known as PM 413B.
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Safety in Your Child Care Environment - Essentials Child Care
Best practices and recommendations for creating a safe environment to prevent injuries in the child care environment. Includes a safety checklist for falls, choking, poisons, water safety and electrical hazards and information about active supervision to prevent accidents.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Emergency Preparedness - Essentials Child Care
Disasters are often unexpected and require quick thinking and action. Learn more about required emergency plans, emergency supply kits, and intruder alert protocol in the child care setting.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Transportation of Children - Essentials Child Care
Transportation is a key issue for child care programs. Learn about "buckle-up" policies and precautions, child car seat guidelines, and drive safety when transporting children.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases - Essentials Child Care
Germs spread person to person, person to object to person, animal to person, and insect to person. Learn about how to reduce the spread of germs and criteria for when it is appropriate to exclude a child due to illness or condition.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Handling and Storage of Hazardous Materials - Essentials Child Care
Over 2 million human poison exposures are reported to poison centers each year. Children under 6 years of age account for over half of the reports. Learn about common causes and symptoms of poisoning and how to keep children safe from exposure.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Medication in Child Care - Essentials Child Care
Families often rely on child care providers and teachers to safely administer medications their children need to stay healthy. Learn about medication precautions, policies, and proper handling to ensure safe administration.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Managing Food Allergies - Essentials Child Care
Establish policies that support children in your care with food allergies. Learn about common food allergies and how to recognize and respond to allergic reactions.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Infant Safe Sleep - Essentials Child Care
Create safe sleep environments for children in your care. Learn how to choose the right equipment and about using "Back to Sleep" practices for sleep and "Tummy Time" practices for awake time.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome - Essentials Child Care
Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is a type of inflicted traumatic brain injury that happens when very young children are violently shaken. Learn about SBS risk factors, common patterns of excessive crying, and strategies for soothing a crying child.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Supporting Cultural Diversity - Essentials Child Care
Culture reflects a person's knowledge, beliefs, experiences, values, attitudes, language, and ethnicity. Learn how to help children relate positively to others who are both same and different from themselves.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Understanding Homelessness - Essentials Child Care
Explore how to support children and families who are experiencing homelessness. Learn about the challenges homeless families face and how regulations can impact child care enrollment requirements.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Understanding Child Development - Essentials Child Care
Every child is different, but children of the same age have many things in common. Knowing some of the ways children grow, develop, and learn will allow you to respond to children, plan your day, and arrange the environment for play and learning.

Developed as a resource to complement the Essentials Child Care Preservice Online Series for child care professionals.
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Marketing Local Foods in Iowa - Eggs
As new agriculture entrepreneurs consider producing and marketing food products and current producers seek new markets, they need to conduct preliminary research to determine if there are rules, regulations, certifications, or licenses required for their product or selected market. This publication will help determine the requirements for processing and selling eggs. The included flowchart will guide Iowa producers and processors to the appropriate state agencies or departments.
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Creating an Urban Food Web -- Vibrant Clubs
In every ecosystem, all living beings are connected. All species, from the smallest bacteria to the largest mammal, rely on one another. In each habitat, all species occupy their own specific niche or position within the system. The niche each species occupies is determined, in part, by the food they eat. A food web shows the connections between species based on the food(s) they eat. Like humans, most species will not eat the same food for every meal, meaning species may have multiple things they eat or multiple species that eat them.

In this activity, youth will demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of food webs in an urban ecosystem by creating their own webs and reflecting on what they came up with.
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Growing Herbs in a Container
Use these tips to grow herbs in containers!
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Stinging Bee -- Vibrant Clubs
This game is intended for individuals who do not know each other well. This teaches youth the importance of remembering details and making a good first impression.
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How to Blanch and Freeze Vegetables
Learn how to freeze extra fresh vegetables with this simple two-page handout. This is ideal to distribute at food pantries and donation gardens.
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4-H Junior Intermediate Clothing Event Report Form
Iowa 4-H clothing event report forms for county event use. The Iowa State Fair Awardrobe Clothing Event is only open to senior-level (grades 9-12) 4-H members. This form is often used by counties for their junior and/or intermediate level clothing events. Please check with your county office for grade eligibility and required reports before using.
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4-H Junior Intermediate Clothing Event Evaluation Form
Iowa 4-H clothing event evaluation forms for county event use. The Iowa State Fair Awardrobe Clothing Event is only open to senior-level (grades 9-12) 4-H members. This form is often used by counties for their junior and/or intermediate level clothing events. Please check with your county office for grade eligibility and required reports before using.
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4-H Senior Clothing Event Evaluation Form
Iowa 4-H clothing event evaluation forms for state and county event use. The Iowa State Fair Awardrobe Clothing Event is open to senior-level (grades 9-12) 4-H members and uses this form. This form is often used by counties for their senior level clothing events. Please check with your county office for grade eligibility and required reports before using.
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4-H Senior Clothing Event Report Form
Iowa 4-H clothing event report forms for state and county event use. The Iowa State Fair Awardrobe Clothing Event is open to senior-level (grades 9-12) 4-H members and uses this form. This form is often used by counties for their senior level clothing events. Please check with your county office for grade eligibility and required reports before using.

This fillable PDF is editable to be filled out online, saved, and then printed. The PDF can also be printed and completed manually.
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4-H Pencil (Unit=25)
Green pencils with the ISU Extension and Outreach wordmark and 4-H Clover in white.
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Healthy & Homemade Cookbook - A collection of recipes from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
Containing over 70 recipes from Main Dishes, Appetizers, and Desserts to Soups, Salads, Sides, and even Snacks. This 82-page cookbook will have you preparing healthy meals and smartly spending your dollars too!
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The Garden Guide to Midwest Annuals and Perennials
Public gardens are an excellent place to learn about plants and get design ideas for your own garden and landscape. This guide is designed to give you basic information about the plants growing in Midwest gardens.

Inside you'll find color photos and basic information about growing 300 annual and perennial flowers, Buck roses, ornamental grasses, herbs, vines, and even water plants. Symbols help to identify sun/shade requirements and indicate special uses (containers, butterfly gardens, etc).
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