4-H Projects

Why do we do 4-H Projects?

4-H projects provide the opportunity to learn skills in everything from Agriculture to Arts & Communication to Shooting Sports, STEM, and Community Service. Select a project you are interested in and would like to learn about. Don’t be afraid to pick projects you don’t know much about, because the whole point of participating in a 4-H project is to learn about it! You can participate in 4-H projects at the countywide level, or club level, or individually/within your family. While working on your projects, you are encouraged to keep detailed records that can be submitted for awards. 

Countywide projects

Click on each project to learn more and to find Project Leader contact information

 

 Club Level and/or Individual Projects

Check with your club leader to learn more about these projects.

Adventures

Bees

Bicycling – Envron Ed

Birds

Cavies 

Ceramics

Child Development 

Citizenship

Communications

Computers 

Creative Writing 

Creative/Cross Stitchery

Crops

Drawing & Painting

Electricity 

Entomology (Insects)

Exploring

Exploring Your Environment

Fishing 

Flowers

Food Preservation 

Foods & Nutrition

Forestry 

Fruits

Health

Home Environment 

House Plants

International 

Pets 

Recycling 

Scale Models

Scrapbooking 

Self-Determined

Service Learning

Small Engines 

Speaking 

Tractors

Vegetables 

Veterinary Science

Videography

Water

Wildlife 

Woodworking

Youth Leadership


Is there a Wisconsin 4-H Project that you’d like to take, that’s not on this list? Please let us know! Call us at 262-335-4478 or email karen.girard@wisc.edu

Washington County 4-H Project Curriculum Resources

 


Questions or Concerns? Contact 4-H Youth Development Staff

 

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