Digital Ag Day
Enjoy some of your favorite Ag Day activities from the comfort and safety of home! Though we can't gather to celebrate, you can still explore fun resources, videos and games from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and our campus and community partners.
4-H Healthy Living
The 4-H Healthy Living mission engages youth and families through access and opportunities to achieve physical, social, emotional well-being. Programs are designed to help 4‑H youth learn about living a healthy lifestyle through fun, hands-on activities and projects.
Encourage your children to develop healthy habits with "grab-n-go" activities about sports nutrition, stretching and flexibility, vegetarianism and more!
Homemade yogurt with UDairy Creamery
Easy homemade yogurt with UDairy Creamery: youtube.com/watch?v=UCKoO5TNJjk
Children and grown-ups alike can all benefit from the stress relief that comes from coloring. Show us what you've got! #BLUEHENSFOREVER
When you choose fresh, seasonal produce —you're choosing health! Find recipes for Apple Pear and Walnut Salad, Blueberry Kale Salad and more!
We have created themed virtual backgrounds for your use during online meetings! Show your CANR spirit next time you're online!
Blue Hen Farm Facts
Blue Hen Farm Facts: youtube.com/watch?v=PqoWoj4oba8
DIY Face Mask - No-Sew
DIY face mask — no-sewing required!: youtube.com/watch?v=Y61hpD4EDtk
Lepidoptera Trail Virtual Tour
This interpretive trail provides food for butterflies, moths and skippers (known as Lepidoptera) during both the caterpillar and adult stages.
University of Delaware Botanic Gardens Plant Sale for 2020
As you restart your gardens later this spring and summer, we hope that you will patronize the UDBG and support our students. Visit the UDBG website for details on the upcoming plant sale or email email@example.com to join the mailing list for updates.
Virtual Tour of Mt. Cuba Center
The Mt. Cuba Center mission is to inspire an appreciation for the beauty and value of native plants and a commitment to support the habitats that sustain them.
Gardening Tips from Doug Tallamy
- Add more native plants, especially woody, structural plants which support a much higher level of biodiversity.
- Manage watersheds - plants which absorb heavy rain and reduce storm water runoff
- Willow Trees support 455 butterfly and moth species. Including Mourning Cloak, Red-spotted Purple, and Viceroy.
- Goldenrod support 115 species. 125 Goldenrod species occur throughout the US. Goldenrod is used by many insects and spiders and birds who feed on the seeds and insects.
- Preserve pollinators - provide a natural diversity to support multiple species
USDA’s ‘As if You Were There’ virtual demonstration project
360 degree photography and videos, users embark on virtual field tours. UD’s Warrington Irrigation Research Farm in Harbeson, Delaware.
Other virtual experiences
New Bedford Whaling Museum Virtual Tour
This virtual tour is a result of a partnership between Delaware Sea Grant and the New Bedford Whaling Museum. This tour uses virtual reality (VR) and 360-degree images for an engaging experience.
Delaware Museum of Natural History
The Delaware Museum of Natural History’s online videos explore bird, bird eggs, mollusk and fossil collections. Check out their online animal presentations, too.
15-Second Science Series: youtube.com/watch?v=playlist?list=PLoPslT-m1sgRHZyKzOGx5ZFR7MFu9l7aP&v=KjMYxYqCHyw
Delaware Sea Grant Education Publications
Learn more about Delaware marine life and ecosystems with our coloring pages, which provide a fun activity and great learning opportunity for the entire family.
What is Ag Day?
Ag Day is a community event that brings agriculture and natural resources to life for approximately 8,000 people who attend each year. Through educational exhibits, tours and activities, our exhibitors educate everyone, from schoolchildren to homeowners, senior citizens to teenagers, about the world of agriculture and natural resources.
Adding to the fun are our many supplemental vendors, who provide food and entertainment for our guests.