MSU Extension is a county based educational arm of Michigan State University, the US Department of Agriculture and Emmet County cooperating. Our mission is to provide quality, research based educational programs to the citizens of Emmet County.
MSU Extension offers educational programming in these areas:
- Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Community and Economic Development
- Family & Consumer Sciences
4-H Youth Development
Crooked Tree Youth Leadership
What is the Crooked Tree Youth Leadership Program?
- This program is a collaborative citizenship and leadership experience sponsored by Michigan State University Extension, the Emmet County 4-H program and the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians.
- It’s an opportunity for teens to explore and expand their knowledge of the structures and intricacies of tribal, county and state government. You’ll work as a team to identify community issues, learn that youth have a voice and that your actions do make a difference!
- Participants will also travel to Lansing to attend the “4-H Capitol Experience” citizenship program. You’ll visit state offices and agencies, have breakfast with your state senator and representative, visit with lobbyists and spend time at the Capitol.
To request an application packet or for more information on this program,
contact the Emmet County MSU Extension Office at (231) 348-1770.