After a devastating pipeline explosion and fire, Julien, a local 4-H member, formed a plan to restore trees to the damaged neighborhood.
These Michigan 4-H'ers found a way to turn their school's used cooking oil into bio-diesel fuel for school buses and farming equipment.
In a community too small to support a recycling plant, 4-H member Jenna started a business that turns used glass into beautiful jewelry.
Averee used the skills she learned from a 4-H project to sew colorful pillowcases to give to children staying in the local hospital for cancer treatment.
4-H members in Newport, Maine raised $6,000 to build a safe walking path between their local middle school and high school.
The Freedom 4-H Club in Stillwater, OK came up with a fun way to collect food for their local food bank.
4-H Members in Stutsman County, ND, have collected over 2,700 food items by encouraging community members to "Stock the Stock Trailer!"
Nate raises livestock which he then sells to corporate sponsors who allow him to donate the meat to his local food pantry.
Ashlan is improving her school and increasing literacy in her community through her newly created 4-H reading club.
These Georgia 4-H'ers hosted a book sale and 'change war' to raise money to help rebuild a local library that burned down in Twiggs County.
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