National 4-H Week is a time to celebrate the program, which provides nearly six million young people with hands-on experiences in agriculture, science, citizenship and more. Sarah McNaughton, NDSU Extension agent in Cass County, says this year’s theme of Inspire Kids to Do is about engaging youth in the community. “It’s about inspiring kids to do through service learning and realizing they’re leaders in their community.” McNaughton attributes the experiences gained in 4-H to helping achieve her current career in Extension. “From interviews to public speaking, youth learn life-long skills within the program.” The Red River Farm Network’s coverage of National 4-H Week is made possible by Associated Milk Producers, Incorporated. Listen to the interview.