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Randolph, Wynot 4-H members lead Native Bee Challenge

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Randolph, Wynot 4-H members lead Native Bee Challenge

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RANDOLPH — Emmalee Harder, Randolph, and Mackenzie Sudbeck, Wynot, were two of 32 teens from 22 counties in Nebraska trained as facilitators for this year’s 4-H Ag Innovators Experience (4-H AIE) developed by National 4-H Council and Bayer.  

4-H AIE is an annual interactive activity that challenges young people to apply critical thinking and STEM skills to a real-world agricultural challenge. This year’s activity helps youth learn about Native Bees, key pollinators that impact our food supply in agriculture.

 

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