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Celebrating 100 Years in Maine with 100 4-H Geocaches!

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WHAT: Several 4-H clubs around the state are already preparing for 4-H National Youth Science Day and getting 4-H families excited about the world of Geospatial technology.

HOW: Clubs in Washington and Penboscot counties have launched geocaches at the club and/or county level.  They have already hidden more than 10 geocaches! There is even a 4-H geocache hidden at the University of Maine. This is a fun way for our youth to explore Geospatial science and technology, as well as experience being part of a statewide collaborative! We do have resources available to help in our 4-H Science Geospatial Toolkits.

WHY:  It would be great for Maine 4-H to create 100 geocaches to celebrate 100 years of 4-H in Maine! These could be for one time use with a club or designed for more frequent use.  Would you like your family or 4-H club to be involved?

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Check with your county office to see what is happen at the local level or connect with Sarah Sparks at sarah.sparks@maine.edu or 353.5550 or 800.287.1458.

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