Perhaps you already own animals and are wondering how to exhibit them in 4-H. Maybe you don’t have animals and aren’t sure if you want to commit to caring for an animal year-round. Good news! 4-H Livestock Projects can be adapted to fit any family’s situation – even if you live in town, you can participate in any of the 4-H Livestock Projects!
Help restock the Family Pathways food shelf this spring by dropping off food items or making an online donation!
The 4-H Sheep Project is a great beginner project for youth who are interested to take the next step into Livestock projects.
Congratulations to Josh Goulet for being a recipient of the Chisago 4-H Scholarship award!
The Chisago County 4-H Horse Project is happy to announce a series of upcoming educational offerings that are open for all 4-H members! Meetings will begin in March.
The New Year is here which means it is time for 4-H families to consider what animals they will be exhibiting at the County Fair! Whether you are a new member or have been enrolled in the program for years it is important that you pay attention to the important information related to the Animal Identification process as there can be changes from year to year.
4-H remains committed to accomplishing our mission of building life skills, creating meaningful relationships and connecting with our communities. YOU can be a part of that solution by creating or joining a project pod this year.
4-H is for all youth, from kindergarten through one year past high school. 4-H welcomes boys, girls, and adults from all backgrounds and locations. The entire family can join in projects and activities. Younger members, kindergarten through second grade are part of the Cloverbud program. Cloverbud activities promote creativity and discovery without emphasis on competition.
Do you have or know youth who want to be involved with Chisago County 4-H but struggle to get involved because they do not feel their needs will be met?
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.