All clubs, those that manage and do not manage finances, have the privilege of identifying themselves as a 4-H Club. Annual renewals are important to ensure that funds raised by the club members are used to meet the club goals set by 4-H Club members.
Did you miss a class? Now's your chance to catch up with the Chisago County Master Gardeners Online Class Recordings!
Amador Hill Farm and Orchard, 2021 recipients
Whether you're preserving your harvest for future use or planning to donate it, remember to do so safely.
Planning is underway for the Chisago County Master Gardener 2022 Garden Expo - Saturday, March 5, 2022
The deadline to submit applications and nominations for year-end awards is coming. We have awesome youth and volunteers and they need YOU to recognize them!
Would you be interested in a drone league where you can learn to build, repair and fly drones with other youth? Are you interested in learning about careers and the many ways Drones are being used in the 21st Century? Then the 4-H Drone League is for you!
Join into this fun and engaging learning environment for youth Kindergarten to 4th grade.
The 4-H year runs from October 1 to September 30th and there are a lot of things that go on during the year. Have you ever taken the time to reflect on what all actually happened? By practicing record keeping, you will be able to answer that question.
Members can choose which projects they want to learn about and what events and activities they want to attend. The more a youth is involved in 4-H, the more they get from the experience. Expand your comfort zone and try new experiences.