What are 4-H Projects?
4-H members select one or more subjects to learn about during the year. Members may carry a project for one year to explore the subject, or if carried repeatedly can result in a very high knowledge and skill level. Projects are often entered as fair exhibits. Some projects include photography, gardening, clothing & textiles, dog care & training, creative arts, horsemanship, poultry, and many more.
4-H offers more than 80 different projects for members to enroll in. For a complete listing of Washington State 4-H projects, visit https://extension.wsu.edu/4h/projects/all-projects/.
Grays Harbor County 4-H Horse Project Policies
- Thriving in the 4-H Horse Project – Includes Memorial Award Info
- 2022 Clinic Form – Requirements
- GH 4-H Equine Animal Management & Ownership Requirements
- How State Fair Qualification Points are Calculated
GH 4-H Horse Council Educational Opportunities:
- June Evening Clinics for Grays Harbor and Mason County 4-H Members (Junior, Intermediate & Senior)
Registration Form available at https://forms.office.com/r/QwDwnF037J
- 2021 Clinic Form – Requirements
Other Educational Opportunities:
Open Gaming Horse Show Hosted by GH 4-H Horse Council (August 2018)
Class List and “Over the Clover” Class Entry Form
Additional Project Information
Additional information for most projects can be found online, visit: