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Science, Engineering & Technology - 4-H Power of Wind Program

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volunteers work with 4-Hers on wind power project; photo by Edwin Remsberg, USDAThe University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H Power of Wind program uses wind power to teach youth concepts in science, engineering, and technology. Through hands-on, interactive lessons, students learn:

  • how humans have used wind power for centuries;
  • to design and build simple wind turbines;
  • that wind commonly shows up in art, music and literature.

Through educational programs around wind power development, UMaine Extension sees the value of science educated youth who seek a hopeful future in renewable energy.

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Join us on October 5, 2011 for 4-H National Youth Science Day!

Visit the national 4-H youth science day site to find or create an experiment station near you! See 4-H National Youth Science Day: “Wired for Wind.”

Other resources:

4-H National Youth Science Day 2011 Evaluation [PDF]: Please fill out our evaluation form after participating in the 4-H National Youth Science Day 2011, to help us assess the impact of this experiment in Maine and continue to offer you resources in your own community.

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