Oneida County 4-H is a hands-on learning program that teaches youth between the ages of five and 19 about everything from science and agriculture to leadership and civic engagement.
During the week of Earth Day, Oneida County’s 4-H extension program offered a host of related activities for kids in the Northwoods.
And their programming is continuing straight into summer.
Listen to the full interview with coordinator Anne Williams to learn more about how 4-H started in the Northwoods, and what they’re doing now.
WXPR’s Nonprofits of the Northwoods spotlights organizations in our area that are working to strengthen the community – whether that’s by lending a hand to someone in need, educating about the arts, or caring for the environment.