4-H Project Areas & Curriculum

A young boy in 4-H uses a citrus juicer as part of a cooking project. He is looking at someone outside of the photo.

While 4-H aligns its project areas with its Mission Mandates of Science, Healthly Living, and Citizenship, the opportunities expand far and wide! All 4-H project areas are supported by research-based curriculum that is grounded in experiential, hands-on learning. From the Community club setting to the school enrichment classroom to the SPIN workshops to the individual member experience, there is something for everyone. 

Educators- Are you looking for a way to enhance your classroom lessons? Much of our curriculum has been aligned with the Standard Course of Study based on National standards.

Many of our county 4-H offices have copies of curriculum that can be borrowed from the local Extension office or you can purchase your own copy from the National 4-H Mall. 

New Hampshire 4-H Project Areas

Each of the following project areas have a variety of opportunities associated with them. Explore below to see what types of experiences await you with NH 4-H! 

  • Animal Sciences

    • Alpaca & Llamas
    • Beef
    • Dog
    • Dairy Cattle
    • Dairy Goat
    • Horse
    • Working Steer/Oxen
    • Poultry
    • Rabbits & Cavies
    • Sheep
    • Small Animals
    • Swine
    • Veterinary Science
  • Citizenship

    • Community Service Learning
    • Citizenship
    • Leadership
    • Safety
    • Career Exploration/Workforce Prep 
  • Healthy Living

    • Foods & Nutrition/Cooking/Food Safety
    • Food Preservation
    • Health & Fitness/Physical Activity
    • Socio-Emotional Development
  • Creative Arts

    • Photography
    • Visual Arts
    • Theater & Performing Arts
  • Horticulture - Plant & Soil Sciences

    • Ornamental Horticulture/Flowers
    • Vegetable Gardening, Fruit/Food Production
  • Science & Technology

    • Aerospace & Rocketry
    • Bicycle Safety
    • Computers
    • Electricy/Energy
    • GPS
    • Small Engines
    • Small Tractors
    • Wind Power
    • Woodworking
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