4-H Tick Project Information Session via Zoom
Thursday, September 28, 2023
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Zoom
A Zoom link to the info session will be sent by email the week of the workshop.
4-H Tick Project Information Session
The 4-H Tick Project is a community science project engaging K-12 youth and educators, made possible through a partnership between 4-H Youth Development, UMaine Cooperative Extension Tick Lab, Maine Forest Tick Survey, and members of the Learning Ecosystems Northeast partnership. The project provides youth an opportunity to explore ticks and tick-borne diseases, which is a connected story of climate, ecosystem change, and public health.
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