Dr. Chantel Wilson’s  proposal “An Innovative 4-H STEAM Curriculum Featuring Small Ruminants and Parasites” has been accepted for presentation at the National Association of Extension 4-H Youth Development Professionals’ (formerly NAE4-HA) annual conference in Idaho. Over 400 proposals were submitted for the conference, to be held Oct. 19-22, 2020. Grass, Goats, and…Uninvited Guests! is a new STEAM (science, technology, engineering, agriculture, & math) program focusing on small ruminant internal parasites, diagnostics, and treatment. It blends several real STEAM concepts while incorporating 4-H life skills. This innovative, hands-on program uses goat or sheep stuffed animal models, group learning, and edible treats to teach in a new way! Learn more about the annual conference and the association.