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Introduction to 4-H Projects


Cloverbud Project

Age 6-8

  • Project Booklet for Member

This is an opportunity for the youngest 4-H members to explore the world of 4-H with a focus on fun activities. Project meetings will focus around skill builders which could include various things, such as, What is 4-H?, large or small animals, agriculture, science, arts & crafts, engineering and more! The intent of this project is to introduce six to eight years old to the 4-H program and for their family, as a whole, to develop an understanding of the program and all that it has to offer!



1. Not all 4-H Clubs accept Cloverbud members, please check with a 4-H Specialist.

2. A Cloverbud must register as a regular 4-H member however, due to their young age, and taking risk

management best practices into consideration, they will not be entitled to all the rights of a regular 4-H member. Cloverbuds will not compete in district or provincial competitions; however, they are permitted to participate in district and provincial events and programs at the discretion of the district and provincial Councils. Cloverbuds cannot participate in any project involving animals of any kind other than activities which fall under the Cloverbud Project (see official Cloverbud Policy for more details). Cloverbuds should be encouraged to participate in the traditional elements of the 4-H year: Communications, Community Service and Agriculture Awareness.

3. It is not mandatory for a Cloverbud to complete a Communications project, but they are strongly

encouraged to attend the Club event, along with the Agriculture Awareness Activity and the Community Service Activity.

Cloverbud Project
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Exploring 4-H Project

Age 9-21

  • Project Booklet for Member

Exploring 4-H is an opportunity for  new 4-H members to learn about the 4-H program and all that it has to offer. This project is designed for youth ages 9 and 10 years of age, or for 4-H members who do not have previous experience with the 4-H program. Members will work with a project leader to determine what projects interest them the most and from there the project leader will select activities. This is an opportunity for members to explore projects that they think they would like to take in the future and a chance to explore projects that they are curious to see if they would be interested in signing up to learn more! This is a great place to start to learn the in’s and out’s of the program as a whole!

Exploring 4-H Project

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