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Natural Resource Education Projects

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    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.
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    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 4-H Geology project!
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    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. Explore the 4-H Nature & Ecology project!
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    Range Management

    Wyoming has a vast array of rangeland to explore. The 4-H Range Management 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.
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    Shooting Sports

    The 4-H Shooting sports program gives youth the opportunity to enroll in up to five different shooting sports project areas including: archery, pistol, rifle, shotgun, and muzzleloading.
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    Sport Fishing

    In the 4-H Sport Fishing 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.

Contact Us

Wyoming 4-H State Office
Phone: (307) 766-5170
Email: 4h@uwyo.edu