4-H Youth Development
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The woodworking project will teach members about the care and use of woodworking tools and equipment, safety precautions, blueprint drawings and finishing procedures. They also learn about different kinds of wood, lumber and fasteners. In the beginning division the 4-H'er will begin by making small, useful articles. As the member advances, he/she will make larger, more difficult projects.
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Learn about Indiana's wildlife through the Wildlife project. Members taking this project can learn about Birds, Fish & Herptiles, Mammals and Outdoor Skills.
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This project is designed to help you identify common weeds found in Indiana. You will learn the classes of weeds, how weeds are spread, how they are harmful and how weeds are controlled.
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Learn to observe changes and keep record of the changes in weather. Begin spotting storms and observe the weather from a scientific point of view. Study cloud formations and learn about fronts.
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This project is designed to help members better understand animals in health and disease. 4-H'ers will learn about basic animal anatomy, physiology, sanitation, causes of disease and immunology. Actual ownership of an animal is not required, but you should have easy access to some type of animal.
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Travelogue is a project designed to help you learn to plan and prepare for a trip.
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The purpose of the Tractor project is to give members the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge in tractor operation, care and maintenance of tractors, and skill in operation. Safety in work habits and equipment operation is stressed.

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