Learn more about Tucker 4-H & Racine County 4-H Projects.

What is a project?

  • 4-H members participate in projects where they are asked to accomplish a task, i.e., make something, develop a skill, raise and/or train an animal, etc. There are numerous projects available to 4-H members, including; foods, clothing, public speaking, models, aerospace, wood science, livestock, health, gardening, and photography.

  • 4-H members begin by exploring their interests. They may select one or more projects. 4-H projects are age-appropriate.


Are there age requirements for projects?

  • Yes. 4-H projects are age-appropriate. Please see handout with projects or ask a General Leader.


How many projects can I take?

  • Under 3rd Grade = Cloverbud

  • 3rd grade = up to 2 (two) projects

  • After 3rd grade = up to 8 (eight) projects (this is a Tucker Club rule, not a Racine County 4-H rule, for further information, please talk with an adult leader.)


County project/club project

  • Some projects have leaders from our club that will guide.

  • Some projects have both club and county meetings.

  • Some projects are only county projects.

  • Please note there may be additional fees with some projects.

Learn more about projects offered by County Leaders.

Projects Lead by Tucker Leaders

Don't see the project listed below? Check the list above to see if the County has a leader for that project. Members may need to take the project self-directed.

Learn more about being a project leader with Tucker 4-H Club!

*Adult attendance required.

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