Virtual Career Night

Take advantage of this awesome opportunity put on by Wyoming 4-H. Learn about what it takes to do different careers such as; midwife, wildlife refuge manager, wildlife firefighter, fly fishing guide, wildlife biologist, film producer and many more! March 19th at 8pm get your questions answered about what degree you would need for careers and other advice for those soon to be joining the workforce!

Goat Webinar Series

The Ohio State University Extension Small Ruminants Team is hosting a 6-part All About Goats! spring webinar series. This webinar series is going to answer producers burning questions concerning their own herd and help new producers start their herds. Whether you are thinking about raising Dairy or Meat goats- this webinar is for you! All youth livestock exhibitors are encouraged to attend. Registration is required and can be completed by visiting

Click the flyer below for more information!

Goat Webinar Flyer


State Poultry Clinic

Here is some information regarding the 2024 poultry clinic!

Topics covered: poultry nutrition, slaughter, quality assurance, biosecurity and more! See graphic for more details!

4-H Fashion Board Canceled for 2024

Due to the lack of interest in 4-H Fashion Board the program will be canceled for 2024. Plan to offer a Make it/Take it activity during the summer to teach sewing skills and encourage participation in 4-H Fashion Board.

Cloverbud Resources

Calling all Cloverbud Volunteers!


Here are some helpful resources for you to help plan your meetings with the cloverbuds this year!

Cloverbud Meeting Menu

Ohio 4-H Professionals have created the Ohio 4-H Cloverbud Meeting Menu for volunteers to use with Cloverbud Club members at your meetings. The Menu is a tool to help you serve up an exciting year of Cloverbud meetings. You can choose from a selection of components to engage your 4-H Cloverbuds.  You will find a variety of activities, games and snacks all based around a yearly theme. The theme this year is Going WILD with Ohio 4-H Cloverbuds.


Cloverbud Engineering Adventure

The Cloverbud Engineering Adventure gives Cloverbuds the opportunity to work cooperatively in teams to problem-solve using STEM (science, engineering, technology and math) skills. A new theme is selected each year and teams research a topic, build a working model of their solution to the adventure challenge and create a poster to illustrate their findings. Teams present their models and findings to a team of reviewers, learn about other Cloverbud projects, participate in age-appropriate STEM activities, and are recognized during a closing celebration.


This year’s theme is Going WILD! Whether imagining the jungles of Southeast Asia, learning about the natural wonders of United States National Parks or exploring nature in their own backyard, this year’s Cloverbud Engineering Adventure will get Cloverbuds thinking about the world we live in. Cloverbuds will explore the idea of habitats and what habitats provide for the animals and plants that live there. They will have opportunities for discovery, creativity and problem solving as they explore habitats that are around them or learn about ones that are in other parts of the world. For more information on the Cloverbud Engineering Adventure and to register, please visit


Cloverbud Connections Blog

Looking for new ideas and programming tools for your 4-H Cloverbuds? Check out this blog! You can subscribe to the site and receive an email when new posts are added. The site is searchable by key words and topic to help readers find content. The blog provides a unique blend of education, activities, and fun to build and challenge 4-H Cloverbud Volunteers teaching kindergarten through second grade youth.

Older Youth Effectiveness Survey

Calling all older youth!!

If you have participated in any of the following: Junior leaders, camp counselors, junior fair board, older youth in training, and CARTEENS please fill out this survey!!

This survey will let us know the effectiveness of our older youth programs!!

If you have recently aged out of the program please fill out this survey as well! All responses will help better out programs!


Club advisors;

Please distribute this to any older youth in your clubs including aged out youth!!