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          Project Areas

Montana 4-H offers many projects for youth participation. Many of these projects are lead by our wonderful volunteer superintendents. Superintendents are the leaders for these individual projects. If you have a project question, please do not hesitate to reach out to them. Contact information may be found in the 4-H Council Directory.

4-H Council Directory

If you have an area of specialty or interest to lead in a project area, we encourage you to volunteer. Occasionally, if we don't have a superintendent to lead a project, the youth can still complete the project through self-directed, independent learning.  

Here are the different projects areas in Lewis and Clark County. Click on any active links to take you to the project page to learn more!

Outdoor Projects Indoor Projects
Beef Self-Determined
Dairy Cattle Cat
Dog Child Development
Goat Cloverbuds
Herdsmanship Electricity
Horse Foods
Poultry Gardening
Rabbit Leadership
Sheep Leathercraft
Swine Paintball
Shooting Sports Photography
Air Rifle Pocket Pets
Archery Robotics
Muzzleloading Sewing
Rifle Vet Science
  Visual Arts
  Woodworking

 

 

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