4-H Goes Wild for the environment

4-H Goes Wild for the environment
A fourth-grade student follows the journey of a water molecule during 4-H Goes Wild, an environmental field day.
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
Phoenix Turner (left) and Syecret Moore dissect an owl pellet during 4-H Goes Wild, an environmental field day.
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
Fourth-graders follow the journey of a water molecule during the 4-H Goes Wild environmental field day
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
UK entomologist Blake Newton displays a mantis (on his palm) to a group of fourth-grade students during the 4-H Goes Wild
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
Fourth-graders learn about water pollution at the 4-H Goes Wild environmental field day hosted by Madison County Extension.
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
Brandon Sears, Madison County ANR extension agent, talks about native wildlife to fourth-graders.
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
Fourth-graders blow bubbles through solid wood blocks, thereby learning about wood’s structure.
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
Terry Conners, UK forestry professor, talks with fourth-grade students about wood.
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
Fourth-graders discover they can blow bubbles through a solid piece of wood.
Carol Lea Spence
4-H Goes Wild for the environment
Fourth-graders blow bubbles through solid wood, learning about wood’s structure in the process.
Carol Lea Spence
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