One of the project requirements for members to complete each year is 4-H record books. Record books may be difficult, but they teach members valuable skills such as, critical thinking, goal reflection, record keeping, financial planning, and much more. All members, regardless of their project, must complete and turn them in on time. More information on project requirements can be found in the Grand County 4H Member Handbook
This includes all livestock projects, companion animal projects, and veterinary science projects.
This includes ceramics, heritage arts, photography, leathercraft, scrapbooking, filmmaking, and visual arts.
Family and Consumer Science
This includes artistic clothing, cake decorating, clothing construction, food and nutrition, and home design and decor.
This includes beekeeping, entomology, gardening, outdoor adventure, shooting sports, sportfishing, wildlife, and welding.
This includes global citizenship, leadership, and self determined.
This includes computers, electricity, model rocketry, robotics & engineering, small engines, and woodworking.