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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 (7-12 year olds only) - Breeding Beef - Market Beef

Civic Engagement (Citizenship)
Clothing & Textiles

Clothing Buymanship - Clothing Construction

Cloverbuds

(for ages 5 & 6 only)

Communications
Dairy Cattle
Dairy Goats
Dog Care & Training
Entomology
Environmental Science

Exploring Your Environment - Water

Exploring 4-H
Family Studies

Child Development - Consumer Skills - Family

Fiber Arts

Crochet - Ethnic Arts - Knitting - Macrame
Needle Arts - Patchwork & Quilting
Rug Making - Spinning - Weaving

Foods & Nutrition
Geology
Health & Wellness

Bicycle - Health/Fitness - Outdoor Adventures - Recreation

Home Environment
Horse
Leadership
Meat Goat

Breeding Goat  - Market Goat

Performing Arts
Pets

Pets - Cat

Photography
Plant Science

Field Crops - Forestry - Horticulture (includes Floriculture)

Poultry
Rabbits
Reading
Self-Determined
Sheep

Breeding Sheep - Market Lamb

Shooting Sports

(based on availability of certified instructors)                                        BB - Air Rifle - Small Bore Rifle - Air Pistol - Shotgun

STEM

Ag Mechanics - Architectural Block Construction - Astronomy       Computer Science - Electricity/Electronics - Renewable Energy      Robotics - Rocketry/Aerospace - Small Engines                         Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

Swine

Breeding Swine - Market Swine

Veterinary Science
Visual Arts
Wildlife

Wildlife - Sport Fishing

Woodworking

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