Project Bowl is a long-standing program in Minnesota 4-H and is the second most attended event of the year. In Project Bowl, teams of 3-5 youth build skills working and thinking together while testing their knowledge in these 4-H areas: Dairy, Dog, General Livestock, Horse, Llama/Alpaca, Poultry, Rabbit, and Wildlife.
Did you know that every year Sherburne County hosts an awards banquet to recognize the amazing members, volunteers, clubs, and community members that are a part of the Sherburne County 4-H youth development program?! It is important to take the time each year to recognize all of the people and achievements that make our program great!
Join us at our open house style event to learn more about 4-H in Sherburne County.
Mertz Family, 2021 Farm Families of the Year recipient
Are you interested in building your leadership skills in 4-H this year? Want to join a group of older youth who love 4-H? Apply to be a Sherburne County 4-H Ambassador! Youth who are currently in grades 6 & up can apply to be a part of the ambassador team. Applications are due October 1st.
Somali halal grocery stores play an important role in shaping, improving and strengthening local food environments in Minnesota. Yet there is little known on how these stores manage to operate sustainably during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about what Extension is doing.
4-H youth demonstrated teamwork, creativity and innovation at the 4-H Engineering Design Challenge.
All 4-H’ers who plan to show an animal exhibit must annually identify their animals, per MN 4-H policy. Find the important information you need to complete your Animal ID’s by May 17 here.
12-year-old William Guthrie found a golden clam (Corbicula fluminea) while at an event to look for starry stonewort.