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4-H Soil & Water Conservation Project

The soil and water conservation project teaches youth about soil, water, and environmental stewardship. Learn about soil and water quality, how they interact, and how we can protect and preserve them.

Exhibits will be judged according to grade level
Level 1 for Grades 3-5
Level 2 for Grades 6-8 
Level 3 for Grades 9-12

Record Sheet - Due at Check In

State Web Site

For project requirements and record sheets, see Related Files below or contact the Extension Office.

Allen County 4-H General Record Sheet

Soil & Water Rules 2021

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