4-H Projects

Program Contact: Melanie Owens, 4-H Coordinator
(509) 524-2685 • wallawalla.4h@wsu.edu

All 4-H projects are designed to engage youth in learning important life skills.  Some of the main learning objectives for youth involved in 4-H projects are: keep and understand records, practice leadership skills, develop communication skills, develop integrity and sportsmanship, plan and prepare for exhibitors and shows, learn to set and achieve goals, and strengthen self-confidence.

Looking for 4-H curriculum, publications, or general materials to help with your 4-H project?

Go to http://pubs.wsu.edu for current publications recommended by WSU Extension 4-H OR National 4-H Curriculum.

Most publications are available for free in a pdf format at these websites.  Some publications may be available for purchase at the Walla Walla County Extension office.

Walla Walla County 4-H clubs are involved in the following projects:

*Denotes a secondary club project.  Clubs may not hold meetings specific to these projects.

 Arts & Crafts Beef Cats Cavy
Citizenship Clothing & Textiles Computers* Dogs
Foods & Nutrition Gardening Goats Health*
Horse Leadership Photography Plant Science
Pocket Pets Poultry Rabbits Self-Determined Projects
Sheep Shooting Sports Swine Woodworking

 

Volunteers Needed for the following projects:

 Aerospace Amphibians Archery Bicycle
Communication Electricity Entrepreneurship Entomology
Geospatial Science Robotics Small Engines Sport Fishing