The Ohio 4-H program requires that all 4-H clubs in the State of Ohio be chartered on an annual basis in order to be recognized as an 'official' 4-H club.
An easy way for 4-H members to preview 4-H project books and resources from the comforts of home. Take a closer look at a book, find out what others have to say, and share their experiences.
Your comments will play an important role in planning the 2015 Fair.
Throughout Ohio 4-H, youth are involved in significant leadership experiences. Teens are leading 4-H clubs, organizing service projects, creating camping programs, mentoring younger members and speaking out for what they value. Engagement in these actions not only positively impacts communities; young people’s lives are also shaped as they transition into adulthood.
Cloverbud advisors this issue is all about "Moving to the Next Level." Make sure your little ones are ready and eager for the next step!
Want to hear about the latest news from our 4-H clubs? We will be sharing news reports from our 50+ clubs here in Warren County.
Where Will 4-H Take You? Check out the new "Going Places" page on our 4-H website. This page is dedicated to our 4-H members who have followed their 4-H interests in new and exciting directions. Will you be the next one in the spotlight?
MyPlate, the revised food guidance system introduced by USDA in 2011, is an important update for youth enrolled in Ohio 4-H food and nutrition projects.
Grab your swimsuit and join the celebration! Camp Graham's new swimming pool is ready for the summer camp season.