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|Biofuels Program Wins National Award|
The U.S. Military may soon produce some of its own fuel by growing biofuel crops on land surrounding bases.
Utah State University Extension, in collaboration with The Louis Berger Group, was recently awarded the Outstanding Sustainable Planning, Design or Development Initiative by the Federal Planning Division for the "Feasibility of Energy Crops Grown on Army Lands" proposal. This plan and award will bring biofuel crops on military bases one step closer to reality.
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|4-H Turns 100 in 2012
The year 2012 marks the centennial for Utah State University Extension 4-H, part of the nation's largest youth development organization. The theme, "Celebrating the Past, Creating the Future," will be integrated into 4-H events held around the state through the year.
Widely known for its early roots in cooking and agriculture, 4-H has grown during the last century to include offerings such as rocketry, robotics and global positioning systems.
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