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Discover how a naturally occurring mineral like gypsum can be used to collect data for science and make cool art projects! Pat talks about how you can use Plaster of Paris to create track imprints.
Tillamook 4-H sewing clubs, which have gone by different names over the years, have created roughly 100 hats each year over the last 15 years.
Milk is the world's most complex, natural, and oldest fluid. Learn about caseins, a major protein in cow milk. Materials needed to complete the activity: Powdered or Fluid Milk, Measuring cup, Microwaveable bowl, Vinegar, Measuring spoon, Spoon, Coffee filter, Cup, Paper towels, Markers
Youths in the fourth through sixth grades gained a better understanding of how to enjoy hiking safely, while at the same time they experienced a lifelong activity that promotes a healthy and active lifestyle