4-H Youth Development is truly an inspirational and transformative program for all who participate. Join this week’s teacher and former 4-H member to learn about the intersection of art, gender, race, education, and food policy? From colorful stories about her childhood horse to a lively conversation about justice, Danielle Cozart Steele will enlighten you.
Last fall I planted a few Daffodils in an expanded flowerbed. It was a welcomed sight when their bright yellow flowers began to appear this spring.
But the flowers are starting to fade, and the weeds are showing through. And I’m realizing a very important lesson.
Weed control is about long-term lifestyle choices not short-term aggression.
On this week's "Tales with Tony" we read Garden Wigglers and learn about vermicomposting.
For the coordinating lesson plans visit: https://osu.box.com/v/CompostLessonGuide
An outline of the lesson is available below:
It’s okay to be bored, in fact it’s a good thing sometimes. If this global pandemic and social isolation has taught me anything, it’s that I need to take some time to sit in my solitude and find my passion again.
I have always been fascinated with space. I enjoy thinking about how our solar system is like other scientific structures. For example, the earth orbits the sun and the sun orbits the center of our galaxy. And, on the surface this reminds me of the conceptual drawings of electrons circling the nucleus of an atom.