Projects

4-H Projects

To begin your 4-H adventure, start looking at the many project areas that 4-H has to offer - 4H Hot Sheets. You may choose one or more projects from more than 45 different areas. There is a 4-H project for everyone! Projects are fun to do alone and with your friends. Think about:

  • An interest you’d like to explore
  • A hobby you’d like to learn more about
  • A topic of interest shared by you and your family
  • Something that is fun for you

Start by finding 4-H project areas that are of interest to you. Then contact the Floyd County Extension Office to become enrolled in the project areas. Then start using your creativity to explore new ideas and create new projects.
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County 4-H News

September 17, 2018

Come celebrate fall at our Pumpkin Party!  We will discover lots of fun facts about pumpkins.  There will be plenty of pumpkin games, crafts, snacks and fun! 

September 5, 2017

Record Keeping Guidelines and Tips This is a suggested order of how your record book should look and pages you should have included. This makes a good check off list. 

September 21, 2018

 For the 76th consecutive year, millions of youth, parents, volunteers and alumni across the country will celebrate National 4-H Weekfrom October 7-13. This year's theme, Inspire Kids to Do, is a campaign that will give kids more opportunities to do, empowering them with the skills they need to succeed in life and career.

September 21, 2018

The 4-H program will be hosting a 4-H Family Harvest Party on Sunday, October 14 at the NE Research Farm/Borlaug Learning Center near Nashua from 5-7 pm.  Members who attend the party will receive for re-enrolling that night a $20 discount.  New members who attend that night will recieve free enrollment. 

August 22, 2017

 Congratulations to Bill Mead for being selected as the 2018 Floyd County Hall of Fame recipient.  He was honored at the Floyd County Fair.  We thank Bill  for all the years of service he has volunteered in support of the Floyd County 4-H program.

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