4-H Projects

A project is simply a topic that you can explore. As you explore a 4-H project, you’ll learn more than just subject matter, you’ll learn life skills, too. These are valuable skills, such as understanding yourself, communicating and working with others, problem-solving and decision making…skills that you can use for the rest of your life!

Project Age Requirements

Cloverbud Project
Members who are in 5K-2nd grade enroll in the Cloverbud project.

Archery/Shooting Sports required ages as of the first project meeting of the current 4-H year:
Air Rifle, Air Pistol, and Archery: 8 and minimum of 3rd grade
Shotgun, .22 Rifle, .22 Pistol, and Muzzleloading: 12

Countywide Project Leaders
Below is a list of countywide 4-H projects, meaning there is at least one project leader and regular meetings available to 4-H members throughout the county, regardless of the 4-H club that they are enrolled in. This is not a comprehensive list of 4-H project areas. Contact your club general leader for more information on club project leaders. Click here for a description of all project areas. (Click here for the PDF version to download.)

Countywide Project Countywide Project Leader Countywide Project Leader Email
Dog Heather Kraus hkraus9661@gmail.com
Fishing Les Hedrington lherdr1@gmail.com
Goat Brenda Gerou windyoakacres@yahoo.com
Horse Sam Johnson samsamdapizzaman@hotmail.com
Poultry Gary Rossman gwrossman@yahoo.com
Rabbit Louise Paul lpaul2@wi.rr.com
Remote Controlled Cars
Shooting Sports Les Hedrington lherdr1@gmail.com
Woodworking George Henderson geohen53@gmail.com

Club Project Leaders
To see if there is a project leader in your 4-H club for a specific project area, contact your club leader.