The Rocky Mountain Youth Entrepreneur Series created by University of Wyoming Extension 4-H educators to help youths develop local food businesses launches with its first meeting in March.

The series is free and open to all youths ages 14 to senior in high school.

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It will be a combination of online and in-person meetings.

This two-year project is designed to help youths learn about vision and mission statements; research the food truck, community-supported agriculture, and farmers market industries; design their companies, and think through a product and service plan.

Youths are limited to either developing a food truck, farmers market stand, or farm stand.

Participation is expected at all scheduled dates throughout the year. To register, go here.

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