To assist everyone in the transition to 4-H Online v2.0, we have included a link with valuable information. There are step-by-step instructions and guides for your use.
The 2021 4-H Project Book order forms are ready for use!
See the link below to access the form:
Please Note: The office does have some stocked inventory in the Extension office for immediate delivery. Please contact Kim Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about availability of the project books you need.
2021 Camp Whitewood Counselor Applications
Camp Whitewood is June 27 – July 2, 2021
Online Application Link:
For information on 2021 changes to the 4-H project books, click the link below:
What projects can you take in 4-H?
We’re glad you asked!
Whether you are new to 4-H or just want a handy list of project opportunities, we’re here to help. These two pages are a complete list of available projects. For a peek inside each book and to see how they are rated, go to projectcentral.ohio4h.org.
For more information, see the link below:
October 24-31 is officially National Bat Week. Last year, Ohio government also officially recognized the week. Bat week is an annual, international celebration of the role of bats in nature with the goal of raising awareness about the need for bat conservation.
In light of 2020 Bat Week, the Ohio Bat Working Group (OBWG) has launched a new website including information for landowners, land managers, homeowners, and educators on Ohio bats. In addition, the OBWG has put together a Bat Week Video Series on a variety of topics – bat habitat, Ohio species, threats the Ohio bats, how to help bats, and what to do if you find a bat (single bat or colony).
Ohio 4-H Planning Guide for In-Person Meetings and Events
Detailed information on sanitizing, physical distancing, mask wearing, etc can be found in the link below:
4-H Club Fundraising and Community Service Guidance
All information will be shared on the Ohio 4-H website, Stay Connected Page (https://ohio4h.org/families/stay-connected) titled “4-H Club Fundraising and Community Service Guidance” and Ohio 4-H Facebook page.