The funds raised by the 4-H Foundation of New Hampshire help support 4-H programs as we invest in the youth of New Hampshire. Here are just a few of the projects we help to fund throughout the year.
State Dairy Quiz Bowl 2015
National 4-H Conference 2014
Representing New Hampshire at National 4-H Conference April 5-10, 2014 were Elizabeth Attisano – Strafford; Madeleine Bergeron – Hillsborough; Patrick Roberts – Cheshire; Emily Gibson – Strafford; and Michelle Bersaw, UNH Cooperative Extension 4-H Program Coordinator from Merrimack County as Chaperone.
Selected through the resume and interview process, this team met with our national congressional delegation, toured DC and worked on current issues facing youth and 4-H with representatives from around the country.
NH 4-H Horse Quiz Bowl Team Wins First Place
New Hampshire youth earned the highest honors among more than 300 of the nation’s most knowledgeable 4-H horse program members during the 2012 Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup, an annual event held in Louisville, KY. (Read more)
National 4-H Congress 2012
NH Delegation Attends the 2012 National 4-H Congress
Five 4-H members from New Hampshire recently attended the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, GA. National 4-H Congress is one of the premiere experiences for 4-H members. (Read more)
4-H Teen Conference
Over 200 youth from all over New Hampshire converged on the UNH campus for the annual 4-H Teen Conference. The “4-H Exploratory Challenge” in the Granite State Room featured 30 hands-on science exhibits. (Read more)
All About the Dogs 4-H Weekend
In June, 2012, the Rolling Bones 4-H Dog Club of Merrimack county held its fifteenth annual All About the Dogs weekend at the 4-H Youth Center in New Boston, NH. (Read more)
National 4-H Conference
Three New Hampshire 4-H members were selected to represent New Hampshire at the National 4-H Conference in Washington, DC in March, 2012. (Read more)
4-H Citizenship Forum
New Hampshire 4-H members attended the National 4-H Citizenship Forum in Washington D.C. over the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend in January, 2012. (Read more)