Saturday I helped judge a 4-H Science Fair. 4-H has been a part of the National fabric of the US for over 100 years and has a strong heritage based in nature, livestock and agriculture. They also have a 5 year goal of 1 million scientists in 5 years, working with youth in their SET program. SET stands for Science, Engineering and Technology. The program has been well received throughout the states and science fairs and projects such as I judged are all part of the ways to get and keep kids involved with science and technology. The kids were really into it and the projects and their projects were pretty detailed. It is so important to encourage young people in the pursuit of science and technology. These young scientists and researchers really are our future, those who will be creating new and alternative type technologies to enhance our lives, from nanobots to repair diseased or failing organs to organically grown food supplies, extracts, herbals and pharmaceuticals. Support to them and their projects is vitally important to keep them focused on these fields for careers. If you see a young person engaged in science or interested in technology please encourage them. And if you want to increase the books available to these young people at any public library just stop by and inquire how you can help!
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