DuPont Pioneer supports Iowa 4-H with nearly $10,000 in seed grants
AMES — Twenty-nine Iowa 4-H clubs have been awarded DuPont Pioneer rural community improvement seed grants totaling nearly $10,000. The grants, ranging from $50 to $500 per chapter, will be used to “seed” community improvement projects implemented by local 4-H chapters.
Ringgold County Twin River Tornadoes 4-H Club will purchase, engrave and install tiles around the flagpole at a community building to honor resident veterans.
“The DuPont Pioneer grant program allows young people interested in food and agriculture to make a positive difference in their communities while learning valuable life skills,” said Kris Fish Kuhlman, executive director of the Iowa 4-H Foundation. “These grants give 4-H’ers a sense of appreciation for the communities where they live, and empowerment to make a difference where they find a need.”
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