4-H Horticulture

  • Plant in pot

Grow Together


In this area, participants learn about plants, insects, landscape design and soils through experiential projects.  The projects encourage exploration, utilize critical thinking skills and expose participants to career opportunities.  This 4-H pathway supports learning for youth and families in every community (and you don't need to have a farm).   


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No experience necessary!
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No Experience Necessary!
No Experience Necessary! Learn More
You don’t have to travel far to witness the fresh bloom of spring. Looking out your window, you can spot patches of green poking through the ground an... Learn More

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Spring has arrived and we want to make sure you are ready to welcome this wonderful season! 

What are you planning to g... Learn More
4-H Fun and Learning at Home

Keep your family happily busy with an array of fun and educational activities exploring the 4-H Agricultur... Learn More
4-H Horticulture

In this project area, participants learn about plants, insects, landscape design, soils, and more through experiential... Learn More
The Junior Master Gardener (JMG) curriculum engages children in novel, “hands-on” group and individual learning experiences that promote a love of gar... Learn More
Cornell Cooperative Extension has created a 10 session project-based curriculum foucusing on hydroponics, Grow with the Flow.  The curriculm includes ... Learn More