Do you need to find 4-H Project Requirements, a record sheet or a score card? You will be able to find most of your project requirements here. If you do not find what you are looking for, please call the Delaware County Extension Office at 765-747-7732 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Welcome to Delaware County 4-H!
Open 4-H Enrollment begins October 1. We encourage enrollment by January 15, 2017.
This article includes 4-H County Fair dates and schedule, Indiana State 4-H Fair dates, project links, the Delaware County 4-H Fairbook, and the Add/Drop Project form. Also, information for the second phase of entering your projects for the 4-H Fair can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact the Extension Office.
This edition of the 4-H Clover Connection includes 4-H Fair information. Please read front to back so you do not miss important information. If you have any questions, call the Extension Office, at 765-747-7732.
Be sure to check out the Delaware County 4-H Fairbook for any questions you may have on 4-H project requirements, judging dates, and fair schedules!
There are many ways to enroll in 4-H. You can enroll online or stop by the Extension Office and pick up an Enrollment form. Deadline to enroll on 4HOnline is January 15. To join after January 15 - please contact the Extension Office for a paper enrollment form.
Scholarships available in Delaware County: (see all links below)
Scott Davis Memorial Scholarship
Jill Park Bell (4-H), Junior Leader (4-H), Marie Bowen (open).
Hoosier Hampshire Swine Breeders Association, Inc. Junior Scholarship Program
Up to 5 scholarships $1,000.00 each.
Farmhouse Fraternity Achievement Scholarship
Other 4-H Scholarships can be found on the Indiana State 4-H website.
Indiana Extension Homemaker's IEHA Scholarships can be found here also.
The University of Minnesota Extension Horse Team will be offering two online certificate courses starting in January 2017. The first course focuses on pasture establishment and management, while the second course focuses on growing and feeding horse hay (see attached fliers below). Although species recommendations will focus on the Upper Midwest, most information can be applied across the U.S.