4-H Today

  • Grand Traverse 4-H clubs make a difference in community

    Published on October 13, 2009

    4-H is about more than just taking an animal to the fair. Many 4-H clubs incorporate community service into their activities, and some outstanding 4-H clubs of Grand Traverse County are making a difference doing just that.

  • Good kids doing good things

    Published on October 13, 2009

    Our 4-H youth are some of the best of the best. It really provides hope for the future. Someday these good kids doing good things will grow into good neighbors and good community leaders.

  • Youth leaders inspire furry philanthropy

    Published on October 13, 2009

    Members of the Oakland County 4-H Youth Leadership Institute sorted, counted and bagged 1,309 cuddly creatures that were donated to comfort kids experiencing medical emergencies.

  • Capitol Experience leads 4-H'er to internship

    Published on October 13, 2009

    A Clare County 4-H member got a glimpse of how Michigan's legislative process works during the four-day 4-H Capitol Experience conference in Lansing in March of 2009.

  • 4-H Mentoring Weekend strengthens relationships

    Published on October 13, 2009

    On July 17, 2009, the second annual 4-H Mentoring Weekend brought mentoring matches from around the state to Kettunen Center to enjoy a retreat-style conference to strengthen mentoring relationships.

  • Everyone benefits from award-winning mentoring programs

    Published on October 13, 2009

    Macomb County 4-H Youth Development, in partnership with the Michigan Community Service Commission and Learn and Serve America, has participated in the Michigan 4-H Learn and Serve Teen Mentors program since 2006.

  • Bi-state team promotes poultry science

    Published on October 13, 2009

    On February 21, 2009, MSU hosted the second annual 4-H Bi-State Poultry Clinic, a collaboration between MSU and OSU. Youth and volunteers from both states were welcome to attend the one-day educational program that covered a wide array of subject matter.

  • Rockin' the green movement

    Published on October 13, 2009

    4-H youth in Sanilac County are "rockin' the green movement" through new science, engineering and technology (SET) programming efforts that have been made possible through a 4-H participation fee grant.

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