In 4-H, young people take their curiosities and passions and turn them into action through participation in a 4-H project. Want to be a “shutterbug” and take eye-catching photos? Interested in learning to shoot a bow and arrow? Or, maybe robotics or livestock would be more to your liking. There are a wide variety of 4-H projects currently underway in the Clark County 4-H Youth Development Program.
View the 4-H Publications and Projects guide to view potential projects for youth.
- Animal Sciences
- Expressive Arts
- Family Living
- Mechanical Sciences
- Environmental Stewardship
- Plant Sciences
- Social Sciences
This adds up to a wide variety of options, from cows to clowns to computers! Plus, we’re always developing new ideas. All of this is only the beginning: If you’ve got an idea for a project that’s not on the list, we can help you turn it into a “self-determined” 4-H project!
As you choose your 4-H projects, please keep in mind that they should be enjoyable, meaningful, challenging, and suitable to your budget. And always remember: safety first!
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