THE 4‑H POLLINATOR
Both Corteva Agriscience and National 4‑H Council strongly believe that agriculture is a vital component to local communities across the U.S. and our global economy. The 4‑H Pollinator Habitat Program aims to equip tomorrow’s leaders with the tools and experiences needed to deepen their understanding of pollinator habitats and populations and the integral role pollinators play in food production.
Visit CLOVER to learn more about pollinators as you make simple and fun crafts with supplies you have at home.
Brought to you by Corteva Agriscience and Colorado State University Extension
Corteva and 4‑H are committed to growing youth with the awareness, passion and skills to be responsible stewards of our planet by:
- Educating through curriculum and teen leadership. Teaching young people about the importance of pollinators and how to take action toward conserving them.
- Elevating through leaders, influencers and other stakeholders. Leading important discussions related to pollinators and environmental conservation, reinforcing sustainability messages.
- Engaging employees and communities. Joining Corteva employees and local communities in planned pollinator events.
4‑H day in the life: Jackie Joyner-Kersee
Join Illinois 4‑H’er Caleb joins Olympic legend and gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee for an exciting Day in the Life experience where they explore urban agriculture.