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4-H clover Ways to participate

Cloverbuds

If you're in kindergarten through grade 2, you're welcome!

Cloverbuds

4-H'ers in kindergarten through second grade can do fun activities, guided by adult volunteers.

Clubs

All about clubs

Meet new friends, work on projects and take it to the next level!

4-H statewide club map

See all clubs near you. We have clubs about animals, science, after-school clubs, and much more!

Projects and more

You can do 4-H projects on your own or with a group or club. You can join a challenge team or come to a hands-on learning day.

See all 4-H projects

What are you into? There's something for everyone!

Photography

Tell your story using photography! Learn about cameras, composition, editing and more.

Animals

Choose an animal species and learn all about it!

Learn to lead

Gain leadership skills - no matter which part of the 4-H program you do. You can lead at the club, state or even national level!

Engineering Design Challenge

Join a team of friends. You'll build a complicated machine that does a simple task. Learn about physics and teamwork.

Grow plants

Agronomy is the science of using plants for food, fuel, feed and fiber. Horticulture is about growing plants for food and decoration. If you like science or plants, you'll like 4-H agronomy and horticulture!

Science of Agriculture Challenge

Join a team of friends. Identify an issue and come up with a solution.

Leadership

Youth leadership

Gain leadership skills - no matter which part of the 4-H program you do. You can lead at the club, state or even national level!

Volunteer with 4-H

Anyone over age 19 who cares about young people can volunteer. You don't need to be a parent or an expert.

All about judging

Judges make our competitive events possible. Sign up or receive training.

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