4-H Projects

4H CloverWhat Do 4-H Members Do?

The projects for 4-H are as diverse as today’s youth. Some youth pursue hobbies such as computers, arts & crafts, photography, horticulture, woodwork, sewing and cooking. Other youth choose skill sports such as sport fishing, shooting sports, and biking while others select animal projects such a livestock, horses, dog training or exotic animals. Regardless of the selected project, 4-H youth are encouraged to do community service and to develop leadership skills. We have many opportunities for recognition, competition with peers, and of course FUN! 4-H projects are grouped together within the “Big 5” project groups (Agriculture and Livestock, Family and Community Health, Leadership and Citizenship, Natural Resources, and Science Technology Engineering and Math) within these “Big 5” are multiple 4-H projects for youth of all ages and backgrounds!

Please click on the buttons below to retrieve more information about specific projects within the Big 5.
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 Review our Curriculum Enrichment Programs Guide to see project curricula materials available through the Bexar County 4-H Office.

View curriculum available for purchase through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Bookstore online.

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