WHAT IS A 4-H PROJECT?
A 4-H project is an area of investigation that members select. They can pursue anything they might choose to do or like to learn about. Projects are selected based on the member’s individual interests. Youth receive project literature to use as a reference, and with guidance from adult and youth leaders they work throughout the year on different activities in the project. Finally, the members can exhibit items at the county fair to show what they did or learned in the project.
Projects can be offered at the club level, or be available countywide. Countywide projects include:
- Air Rifle
- Communications: Auctioneering
- Communications: Public Speaking
- Horse & Pony
- Livestock (Beef, Sheep, & Swine)
- Older Youth
- Radio Controlled Cars
- Shot Gun
- Vet Science
- Workforce Readiness: Construction Trades
Please refer to the countywide projects page for details about each countywide project.
Contact the General Leader of the Club for projects at the club level.
The Ozaukee 4-H program receives educational support and coordination through the University of Wisconsin-Extension Office in Port Washington. Please contact us for additional information.
4-H and Youth Development Educator