Project Areas

List of 4-H Projects
All Project Records - Jackson County 4-H Forms

PROJECT MATERIALS by Category, below:

Animal Science Project Materials - State 4-H site
  • Horses (Jackson County Horse Website)  Special forms and information specifically relating to the horse program are found on this site.
  • Beef Cattle
  • Dairy Cattle
  • Dairy Goats
  • Pygmy Goats
  • Sheep
  • Swine
  • Rabbits
  • Cavies (guinea pigs)
  • Poultry
  • Dogs
Expressive Arts Project Materials - State 4-H site
  • Art
  • Cake Decorating
  • Cast Ceramics
  • Fiber Arts
  • Leathercraft
  • Photography
Family & Consumer Science  - State 4-H site
  • Child Development & Care
  • Clothing and Textiles
  • Crocheting
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Food Preservation
  • Designing Spaces
  • Knitting
  • Outdoor Cookery
Natural Science Project Materials - State 4-H site
  • Aquatic Ecology and Sports Fishing
  • Conservation
  • Entomology
  • Forestry
  • Geology
  • Marine Science
Horticulture - State 4-H site
  • Container Gardening
  •  Flowers and Ornamentals
  • Vegetables and Herbs


Science, Technology & Engineering Project Materials - State 4-H site
  • Bicycles
  • Equipment orTractors
  • Woodworking

Shooting Sports

Muzzle Loading
Oregon Western Heritage
PistolRifle Shotgun

4-H Cloverbuds, 5-8 years old-Jackson County.  If you are interested in a leading or being part of forming a Cloverbud club, please contact Kim Skomerza. 541-776-7371, ext. 216

4-H Cloverbud members do activities that teach them about recycling, foods & nutrition, caring for small animals, Family Celebrations Around the World, bicycles, arts & crafts, outdoors, and much more! Clubs may focus on one topic or dabble in a variety of topics. Our members gain confidence, develop a positive self-concept, a love for learning, and an understanding of and appreciation for social and cultural diversity. This program for our youngest members emphasizes cooperation and excludes competitive events. Cloverbud members are invited to do a display at the County Fair. Leaders and families determine when, where and how often to meet.



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