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Rachel Guidugli


Introduction to agriCULTURE

8/31/2023 (new)
Authors: Rachel Guidugli, Isaac Hilpp, Ashley Osborne, Misty Wilmoth

According to the U.S. Department of Education International Strategy Report (2012- 2016), in order for youth to succeed in the 21st century workplace, they must develop knowledge and understanding of other countries, cultures, languages, and perspectives. The overall mission of 4-H is to provide opportunities for youth and adults to work together to create sustainable community change. This is accomplished within three primary

Departments: 4-H Programs, Ag Programs
Series: 4-H Natural Science: Wildlife and Fisheries (4DG series)
Size: 19.84 mb
Pages: 54


Why Extension Abroad Matters at Home

11/4/2021 (new)
Authors: Rachel Guidugli

In order for U.S. universities and colleges to remain competitive and innovative forces for the greater good in a rapidly changing world, Cooperative Extension Systems (CES) must continue to globalize to serve new and more diverse audiences, provide enriching opportunities that produce global citizens, and strengthen long-term institutional capacity.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 225 kb
Pages: 3


Chinese Dumplings

11/4/2021 (new)
Authors: Rachel Noble

Dumplings are a type of food that is prepared and enjoyed all over the world. Dumplings can be a stuffing wrapped in a thin dough or pieces of dough cooked in boiling water. Dumplings can be boiled, fried, steamed and prepared in many different ways. Just like bread, dumplings probably arose independently in several cuisines. And in all likelihood, they were invented as a way to stretch a small amount of meat to feed more people.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 325 kb
Pages: 5


Argentina: Empanadas

11/4/2021 (new)
Authors: Nicole Breazeale, Rachel Guidugli

Empanadas are hand-held pies stuffed with a variety of delicious fillings that are extremely common in Latin America. Rich and poor alike serve them for impromptu dinners, stick them in lunch boxes, and enjoy them at public gatherings. Home cooks teach their children to make empanadas using special family recipes, but they also buy them from a multitude of shops, where you can often find a dizzying array of filling options (both sweet and savory). Sometimes they are fried and sometimes they are baked.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 630 kb
Pages: 9