The Indiana State Fair provides a venue for about 800,000 people to learn about youth and agriculture. In particular, the approximately 10,000 exhibits displayed by 4-H members in the 4-H Exhibit Hall and Centennial Hall not only help visitors learn about the state fair’s mission but also help promote the educational opportunities available to youth through the Indiana 4-H program. One way to not only promote 4-H but also educate the public about youth and agriculture is to provide an opportunity for 4-H Clubs to conduct hands-on learning activities related to a 4-H project with guests in a make-it and take-it style education station. Ten 4-H clubs will be selected to present an education station at the 2022 Indiana State Fair and will be compensated $400. Applications are due June 15. More information and the application can be found on the state fair education station web page.