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Wyoming 4-H and You!

Natural Resource Education Projects

Line of kids holding bows and arrows.

Archery

 

Box of insects with magnifying glass.

Entomology

Have you ever chased a butterfly or caught a lady beetle? The 4-H Entomology Project allows you to study and learn about insects, the largest group of animals on earth.

Two hands planting a green plant in brown dirt.

Gardening & Horticulture

Is your thumb green? Find out how your garden grows in the 4-H Gardening and Horticulture project. You will learn how to plant a garden, dig it, grow it, show it, and eat it.

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Geology

Did you find a rock at the park and don’t know what kind it is? What about fossils? If you would like to learn more about rocks, minerals and fossils, then dig into the geology project!

Muzzle loader with smoke.

Muzzle Loading

 

Grand Teton National Park

Nature & Ecology

Wyoming is home to some of the most wild and scenic landscapes in North America. Our great outdoor spaces like Yellowstone National Park contain some of America’s most iconic wildlife.

Pistol and bullets on teal background.

Pistol

 

Grand Tetons and field of grass

Range Management

Wyoming has a vast array of rangeland to explore. This project allows you to study rangeland plant types and how/where they grow. You can learn more about the habitat and nutritional resources rangelands provide for livestock and wildlife.

Young man studying a map outside

Outdoor Recreation

This 4-H project is for those who like hiking and camping! Progress from day hikes, to overnight camping trips and then to extended backpacking expeditions as you hike through the three activity guides and the helper’s guide.

Child in blue hoody on one knee shooting a rifle.

Rifle

 

Blue shotgun shell and orange clay pigeon on brown background

Shotgun

 

Boy holding fish.

Sportfishing

In this project, you can learn to select equipment, choose a place to fish, catch fish, and either release or prepare them for dinner. It will help you understand fish management practices and how they affect fishing.

Bull elk bugling.

Wildlife & Hunting

 

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