The Junior Leader project allows 4-H members in grades 7-12 the opportunity to provide their Adult 4-H Volunteers with additional assistance in their 4-H Clubs and related activities. Jr. Leaders also serve as mentors and role models to the younger 4-H members by sharing their experiences with them.
The forestry project will help you to learn how to identify trees, uses of trees, the benefits of trees, and the importance of our woodlands.
Do you have a wild imagination or enjoy escaping into your own world of fiction? If so, submit a creating writing project to showcase the endless adventures that await.
Ever wanted to take something old and breathe new life into it? Americana helps to encourage the interest of young people in preserving items of our American heritage.
Effective communications drives all aspects of day-to-day life. Youth are to learn about the process of communications, to learn about different modes of communications and to strengthen their own communications skills. As you explore the world of communications and the manuals, you will enjoy learning more about yourself and others.
The recycling 4-H project encourages youth to learn about reducing, reusing and recycling items that they use. It also allows them to show off their creativity by exhibiting a project they have made from other items. Keeping the earth healthy means limiting the amount of trash buried in landfills, making our natural resources (wood, metal, water, oil) last as long as possible, and reducing our pollution. Recycling and waste reduction are more important than ever because the average person throws
Flowers are a part of nearly everyone's life. This project will help you learn how to grow, care for, and identify flowers and other houseplants. As you advance in the project, you will learn about perennials and will expand what you already know about annuals, indoor plants, and floral arrangements.