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Cheyenne County
212 E Washington
PO Box 667
St. Francis, KS  67756-0667
785-332-3199 Fax
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Sherman County
813 Broadway Room 301
Goodland, KS 67735-0002
785-890-4879 Fax
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Wallace County
118 N Gardner   
PO Box 189
Sharon Springs, KS 67758
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Wildlife & Fishing

Kansas wildlife is a large part of our state ranging from buffalo to birds to fish to deer and more. In this project you will learn about wildlife behavior, habitat requirements, how wildlife species fit into nature's scheme, how they are managed, and how they relate to humans.

Leader:  Randy Berls
Schedule: TBA


Thru Sept 15 - Sports Fishing TournamenRules   Entry Form


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How to Measure your fish - by Christopher Berls




Have you chased butterflies or caught a ladybug to get a closer look? Do you think collecting bugs is a great way to spend your time? Then the 4-H Entomology project is right up your alley. Youth will learn about the world of insects in soil, on plants, in homes, on pets and other secret places.  To get videos in full screen:  click twice to open in youtube then bottom right corner to "full screen"

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Yearly in June:   Kansas 4-H Insect Spectacular - Manhattan  2023-June 16-17

Look Alike Insects     

Asian Giant Hornets  

Invasive Species      

Beginner Level Entomology    

Advanced Level Entomology   

Educational Exhibits/Collection Notebooks 



Did you find a rock at the park and don't know what kind it is? What about fossils? If you would like to learn more about rocks, minerals and fossils, then dive into the geology project! Discover the types of minerals, rocks and fossils that can be found where you live. Learn about geological formations across the state and in other states.

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Environmental Sciences

The Exploring Your Environment series provides opportunities for youth to engage in learning about environmental science through hands-on, experiential learning experiences in the natural sciences and technology. There's No New Water! is a water conservation and water quality curriculum grounded in the concept that water is a finite natural resource whose quantity and quality must be responsibly preserved, protected, used and reused.

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