This program will introduce the elements and principles of design including, but not limited to, painting, drawing, sculpting, printmaking, quilting, and weaving. Students will be asked to choose one medium in which to explore the elements and principles of design.
This program will introduce the world of forestry. Students will explore the various trees and wildlife that make up the surrounding forests.
This program will introduce students to the science of observing and measuring water quality. Students will receive an in the classroom presentation, have time to work with their teacher on activities in a 4-H Project Book, and then experience water quality hands-on in a field experience. The field experience is dependent on the presence of an accessible stream on or near school property (or similar water resource) or the ability for students to travel to an accessible stream.
This program will introduce the major groups of wildlife, the animals' basic needs, and their habitats. Students will be encouraged to participate in a field study (i.e. setting up and monitoring a bird feeder).
This program is designed to introduce today's youth to plants. Students will explore what plants are, the many uses for plants, and how they grow. Students will be encouraged to plant their own indoor garden.
This program will introduce the students to the world of Service Learning. Students will learn how to turn almost any volunteering experience into a Service Learning experience and develop an understanding of the impact these experiences can have on their own lives and the lives within their community.
This program will introduce students to the world of Agriculture and Life Science. Students will promote agricultural literacy while developing their understanding, appreciation, and application of science through hands-on agriculturally based activities.
This program will introduce students to the world of Robotics. Students will be encouraged to use science in planning the design of engineering and the application of technology into their personal portfolios.
WHEP is a 4-H and FFA youth natural resource program dedicated to teaching wildlife and fisheries habitat management to junior and senior level (ages 8-19) youth in the United States. Studying a science-based manual, participants: learn wildlife terms and concepts, learn about wildlife habitat, learn how to judge the quality of wildlife habitat, learn about wildlife habitat management practices, and learn about wildlife damage. management