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COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed, or canceled. Effective March 16, 2020, WSU Extension county offices and WSU Research & Extension Centers will be closed to the public. We are available via email, phone, and webconference.

4-H Projects

Program Contact: Melanie Owens
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 exhibitions and shows, learn to set and achieve goals, and to strengthen self-confidence.

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

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

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 are needed for the following projects:

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