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4-H SET Activity
Prairie chicken Web-cam
This is cooperative project, titled: Streaming Chicken
, between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service- Detroit Lakes Wetlands office, International Water Institute and the University of Minnesota Extension 4-H SET program is designed to bring the spring activity of the Prairie to the public. Our primary audience is youth and educators in Northwest Minnesota who will develop interest and skills in the outdoors and career connections to the environmental sciences. The vision of the project is to create a live streaming opportunity to expand our work to a global community.
Below is the link to the River Watch database site
developed by U of MN Graduate Student Andrew Shepard and U of MN Crookston faculty member Dr. David DeMuth?
in partnership with the International Water Institute, University of MN Extension, University of MN Crookston, NDSU Extension Service, and the Red River Water Management Board.
River Watch Website:River Watch Link
Below is a link to the Where's Woody NING Social Network site
being developed by student science teams from White Earth and Park Rapids. This is a 4-H SET project designed to promote citizen science at the community level
Where's Woody NING link
Developed by: Joe Courneya Extension Educator & Assistant Professor American Indian Youth Program Regional Extension Office, Moorhead 715 11th Street North, Suite 107C Moorhead, MN 56560 (218) 236-2017 (office) (218) 236- 2014 (fax) (218) 790- 0706 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
"Making a Difference in Minnesota"