2020 is a unique year and we are so proud of the work 4-H youth have done across the state despite challenging circumstances! Nebraska 4-H would like to honor the work youth have done by providing a platform to highlight their exceptional projects and the valuable learning opportunities they have experienced. A Nebraska 4-H Virtual Project Showcase has been introduced to provide an opportunity for all 4-H members across the state!
4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H is education for life that uses a learn-by-doing approach.
Active in all 93 counties and at 4h.unl.edu
Nebraska Extension is pleased to present the 5th annual Crop Scouting Competition for Nebraska youth. Youth interested in crops have the opportunity to learn about crop growth & development and basic crop scouting principles.
Don’t know a lot about crops? Ask a local agronomist to assist by providing a short lesson on crop production. You can have the agronomist meet with youth a little during each meeting or outside of the meeting. This is one way to engage those youth interested in crops.
Part of competing in the Scotts Bluff County Fair is to complete your Pre Fair Entry Forms. Pre Fair Entry can be done online through Showorks.
Entries are due on July 1, 2020.
Dear 4-H Family,
Thank you for sticking with us as we navigate this unique time in history. Our main goal continues to provide quality positive youth development in a safe environment.
In Person Meetings Starting June 15:
Latest Updates from Statewide 4-H
- Nebraska 4-H'ers compete in national 4-H film festival
- Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease and the State Fair 4-H Rabbit Show
- Congratulations to the 2020 State Public Speaking Contest Participants
- 2020 Nebraska State Fair Updates
- State 4-H Horse Show Update
- NEW Virtual 4-H Camps!
- State Fair Livestock Nomination Deadline Extended
- An Important Announcement from Nebraska 4-H Camps