Yearly Project Clover

  • You can find out more about projects and project requirements in the yearly project Clover.

Council Directory

  • If you have a project question, reach out to the Project Superintendent.
  • You can find a list of all Superintendents in the 4-H Council Directory or specific Superintendents on the project pages.

Indoor Projects

Outdoor Projects

Occasionally, if we don't have a superintendent to lead a project, the youth can still complete the project through self-directed, independent learning. Please contact the Extension Office. 

Animal Quality Assurance Training

  • All 4-H members (and a parent or guardian) enrolled in any livestock project, including breeding and dairy projects, must become certified through Animal Quality Assurance training.

  • Livestock projects include: swine, goat, lamb, beef, rabbit, poultry, and dairy.

  • You must attend this training if this is your first year raising a livestock animal

  • You must attend this training if your name is highlighted in red on the list below.

    • This list is sorted alphabetically by your last name.

    • If it says 'Inactive' next to your name, we did not receive your through ZSuites.

    • If it says 'No Animal Project', we do not have you enrolled in a market or breeding project.

      • Call the Extension Office or contact your Club Leader for more information.

    • QUALITY ASSURANCE LIST (Last updated 11/15/2023)

  • Failure to keep up on your annual Animal Quality Assurance certification will mean you cannot show or sell your animal at the Fair.

  • Quality Assurance PowerPoint from Feed Workshop(PDF, 2MB)

  • Animal Quality Assurance (AQA) Training Options: There will be 2-3 Quality Assurance Trainings this 4-H Year

    • The first training will be held Saturday, December 16th at 9:00 a.m. in the Bill Hamilton Building

Questions and Answers for Project Outdoor Projects

Q. Can I attend a fee workshop and it count for both my species?
A. No, you must declare what specie you are attending when signing in.

Q. Do open scale days count as a project workshop?
A. Maybe, this is up to the discretion of the project superintendent.

Q. Do quality assurance classes count towards my two workshops?
A. No, these are mandatory every three years.

Q. When do my two workshops need to be complete by?
A. Before fair to show and sell my animal 


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