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Geary County

4-H Projects

One of the requirements for 4-H membership is that 4-H members enroll in at least one project. There are nearly 40 project areas from which to choose.

Projects provide the basis of the 4-H program by offering various educational experiences. Carrying out a project will help the member "learn by doing" as well as learn "why" things happen the way they do.

Projects offered in Geary County 4-H:

Beef

Bucket Calf - Market Beef - Breeding Beef

Citizenship

Me, My Family & Friends - My Neighborhood - My Clubs & Groups
Public Adventures - My Heritage - My Government
The World Around Me - Peoples & Customs of the World

Clothing & Textiles

Buymanship - Construction

Cloverbuds

for 5 & 6 year olds

Communications

Communications - Public Speaking

Dairy Cattle
Dog Care & Training
Energy Management

Electric/Electronics - Small Engines - Power of the Wind

Entomology
Environmental Science

Exploring Your Environment - Water

Family Studies

Consumer Skills - Child Development - Family

Fiber Arts

Crochet - Knitting - Needle Arts (Decorative Stitching)
Patchwork & Quilting - Rug Making - Spinning - Weaving
Ethnic Arts - Macrame

Foods & Nutrition
Geology
Goats (Dairy)
Goats (Meat)
Health & Wellness

Bicycle - Health/Fitness - Outdoor Adventures - Recreation

Home Environment
Horse
Leadership
Performing Arts
Pets

Pets - Cat

Photography
Plant Science

Forestry - Horticulture (includes Floriculture) - Field Crops

Poultry
Rabbits
Reading
Self-Determined
Sheep

Market Lamb - Breeding Sheep

Shooting Sports

BB - Air Rifle - Archery

Space Tech

Rocketry/Aerospace - Astronomy - Robotics - Computers
Unmanned Aerial Systems

Swine

Market Swine - Breeding Swine

Visual Arts & Crafts
Wildlife

Wildlife - Sport Fishing

Woodworking

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