4-H Project Info

A project is simply a topic that you can explore. As you explore a 4-H project, you’ll learn more than just subject matter, you’ll learn life skills, too. These are valuable skills, such as understanding yourself, communicating and working with others, problem solving and decision making . . . skills that you can use the rest of your life!

Younger Members: Cloverbuds (5K through 2nd grade)

Animal Sciences

  • Livestock:
    • Beef
    • Sheep
    • Swine
  • Dairy
  • Dogs
  • Goats (Dairy, Meat & Pygmy)
  • Horses  (including Horseless Horse)
  • Pets: Cats, Cavies, Tropical Fish, etc.
  • Poultry (includes Domestic Waterfowl)
  • Rabbits
  • Veterinary Science

Plant & Soil Sciences: Crops & Grains, Fruits, Herbs, Vegetables, Weed Management and Soil Studies.

Communication & Performing Arts: Creative Writing, Demonstrations, Sign Language, Public Speaking, Clowning, Dance, Music and Theatre Arts

Visual Arts: Arts & Crafts, Drawing & Painting, Folk Arts, Leathercraft, Photography, Scrapbooking & Videography

Family, Home & Health: Child Development, Health, Home Environment 

Foods and Nutrition: Cake Decorating, Candy Making, Food Preservation, Baking and Nutrition

Clothing and Textiles: Fashion Design, Clothing, Crocheting, Knitting, Quilting

Mechanical Sciences: Automotive, Bicycles, Electricity, Legos, Model Rocketry, Scale Models, Small EnginesTractors, Woodworking

Natural Resources & Environmental Education:

  • Astronomy
  • Backpacking & Hiking
  • Bicycling
  • Birds
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Entomology (Insects/Butterfly)
  • Fishing
  • Forestry, Geology, Weather & Water studies
  • Hunting & Wildlife Conservation
  • Winter Travel
  • Skiing (Cross Country & Downhill)
  • Snowmobiling

Shooting Sports

  • Firearms
  • Archery
  • Hunting & Wildlife Conservation

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math): Energy, Aerospace, Geospatial and Robotics

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