4-H Project Selection

It's time to select your 4-H projects for this year's club work and county fair participation. Ohio 4-H offers over 200 projects to meet interests of any child.

4-H Project Selection

4-H projects

When choosing a project, consider your interests,

background, what is necessary to start your project,

and what is available to help you complete it. Review

this family guide as a family, club, or group. A good rule of

thumb is to select no more than two projects as a firstyear

member. To help make it easier to select a project,

the index in the back of this guide is arranged by level.

Once you’ve selected your project(s) for the year,

request the project book(s) from your 4-H club leader.

Look for the ® to see if the project you selected needs

an additional resource book.

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