PRINCETON, Ill. — Youth ages 5 through 12 joined University of Illinois Extension 4-H in a fun, educational Nature Detective Camp on Aug. 7 in Princeton. This half-day camp offered hands-on activities for youth to learn about habitats, birds, monarchs, and animal tracks. Youth created nature journals, went on a nature scavenger hunt, made butterfly life cycles, and took home milk jug birdhouses.
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MANHATTAN, Kan. – A study conducted by two Kansas State University agricultural economics faculty members found that student evaluations are still likely the most common way to determine the effectiveness of education in ag economics classes.
Having children will make you happier than staying childless, according to a new study, but not until later in life, when they have flown the nest.
A team of scientists from the United Kingdom and the Ukraine have produced a bottle of vodka — perhaps appropriately named "Atomik" — that was made from crops grown in the abandoned areas surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear plant, according to the University of Portsmouth.
Toni Morrison, author of seminal works of literature on the black experience such as "Beloved," "Song of Solomon" and "Sula" and the first African-American woman to win a Nobel Prize, has died, her publisher Knopf confirmed to CNN.
Eyabi Anoma, a five-star prospect in the Class of 2018, has been expelled from Alabama for an undisclosed reason and will transfer to Houston, according to a report.