This project is designed to let you plan and grow a garden of vegetables and flowers on a small plot of soil.
Need an extra achievement sheet to keep your green book updated with your latest projects? Use the Achievement Record Sheet in order to do that.
The 4-H Handbook contains important 4-H information, calendar of events, contact information, and a list of our sponsors.
Can't decide what 4-H projects to sign up for this year? Take a look at the 4-H projects we offer in Grant County. There are over 60 projects to choose from, ranging from Crafts, Photography, Sewing, Bake with a Mix, Scrapbook, Models, Lego-Type Models, and Livestock to name a few.
Need to add or drop a project this year? Well here is a form to help you out.
The aerospace project teaches safety in using and building model rockets. Aerospace is a state fair project.
This project teaches tractor safety, maintenance, and operation of equipment.
The aquatic science project will give you a chance to learn about those creatures that live underwater.
This project gives you the chance to learn more about airplanes.
This project allows members to purchase mixes from the store and create different recipes. This is a good project for members to experiment with different types of baking mixes.
In the beef project you feed and care for a beef steer or beef heifer. You will also learn grooming and showing techniques while preparing the animal for judging.
Members must perform the jobs necessary for proper care of the bees.
You will compete in the Bicycle Rodeo at the 4-H fair. The rodeo consists of a Junior and Senior division. You will be scored on a written quiz, bicycle operation on skill events, and safety while at the rodeo.
This project allows a 4-H'er to develop cake decorating skills. This project is divided into three levels.
In the child development project you can learn to work with young children and to better understand them.
All young people collect items from time to time.
Many young people are exposed to computers, both in the classroom and at home. This project lets you get a better understanding of the computer that you use.
Instead of sewing your clothes, for this project you buy them and then model them.
You can put your imagination to work in this project. You can create something in the fine arts category, which includes things such as oil, charcoal, ink, etc. The needle craft includes such things as needlepoint, candlewicking, and quilting. The any other craft category is anything else you dare to create.
This project will give the 4-H'er the opportunity to create and share projects they have made for a person who seems to have everything.
In this project you have the power to create short stories, poetry, essays, or whatever else you would like to write.
In this project you will grow and exhibit a crop. The crop can be alfalfa, corn, soybeans, or wheat.
In the dairy project you can raise calves or keep records on the production of dairy cows. You can learn how to raise top notch animals and how to groom and show the animals for judging.
Many people own dogs and wish they could train their dogs to obey commands. In the 4-H dog project, you learn how to train your dog.
The 4-H electric projects gives you a chance to learn more about the energy that lights our homes and cooks our meals.
In the 4-H Entomology project you learn about insects and how to identify them. You also learn how to capture and prepare insects for mounting.
Do you enjoy making farm scenes or playing farm with your toy tractors and animals? Then this project is for you.
The 4-H Floriculture project teaches you how ro raise flowers and make beautiful arrangements.
The food preservation project teaches you all the different ways you can preserve food at home.
The foods project shows you how to set an attractive table and prepare simple but nutritious meals for your family.
In the forestry project you will learn the parts of trees and how they grow. You will learn the different types of leaves and how to identify trees.
Many families grow or would like to grow their own vegetables. In the garden project you can learn how to grow a family garden with at least 10 different vegetables.
The genealogy project teaches you how to gather information on your family.
In the geology project you will learn more about rocks. You will learn what they are made of and where they come from.
Everyone enjoys giving or receiving a decorated gift!
In the Goats project you will learn how to take care and show your goat.
The new Grant County 4-H Skill sheet!
Mini 4-H introduces Kindergarten-Second graders to the Grant County 4-H Program. View this page for more infomraiton about our Mini 4-H program and to download project manuals for the year.
Good health is one of the most important possessions you can have. The 4-H Health project can help you understand how to keep your good health.
This project will give you the opportunity to create and share projects you have made for any holiday throughout the year.
This project will show you how to make your room more attractive through changing colors, organizing and keeping your room ready for use.
In Horse & Pony you will learn how to care for your horse and learn about horsemanship. You will learn to keep records on your animal such as feeding and costs.
Interested in horses, but don't have the space or time to take care of a live animal? Then this is the project for you!
The Grant County Junior Leadership program.
This project is designed to let you learn more about lawn and garden tractors.
Legos is a fun project that allows the kids to use their creativity and imagination.
In this project you will learn more about microwave cooking, safety, utensils, and cleaning. You will learn how to cook vegetables, and make candy.
Mini 4-H is for kids in Kindergarten, first, and second grades. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about Mini 4-H in Grant County.
Find out all the information you need to know to complete the models project at the county fair.
This project gives you the chance to show off your favorite pet.
The Photography project offers the opportunity to improve your skills with a camera and to take better pictures.
The poultry project encourages you to keep records of your poultry-raising activities and of your bird's performance.
Would you like to care for a rabbit? In the rabbit project, you will learn to care for, house, feed, and raise a rabbit.
This project encourages reading in and out of the formal classroom environment.
Recycling gives you the chance to come up with ways to change your trash into something useful.
This project is developed to let 4-Her's show their creativity in making a scarecrow.
This project is designed so that you can keep your memories in a neat way.
This project is to develop judgment in planning and selecting clothing that is suitable for the event, and intended use of the wearer.
This project teaches you to sew. You can choose from either a wearable or non-wearable item to display at the county fair.
In the Sheep project you will learn to feed and care for your animal. You will learn to groom and train your animal for judging.
Learning to use firearms safely is important.
This project gives you the opportunity to learn how an engine works.
Do you know how important soil and water are? In this project you will learn just how important they are.
This is a great project for sports enthusiasts.
In the swine project you will learn about feeding and caring for a barrow or a gilt. You will learn how to prepare your animal for judging at the county fair.
In Veterinary Science you will learn more about diseases that animals get and how to take care of them.
In the Weather project you will do several experiments. You will learn about how air, water, and heat are related to weather. You will also learn to make weather instruments.
You will learn to identify and control weeds.
In this project you will learn about the animals that live outdoors.
This project will help you learn how to use tools in doing woodwork. You will learn skills and habits in the proper use of common tools.