Please make it a priority to clear your calendar on Monday, March 13 at approximately 7:30 p.m. (immediately following the 7 p.m.) Federation Meeting for a one-hour training on Minnesota 4-H Stewardship guidelines. In recent years, stewardship through Minnesota 4-H has changed and is becoming much easier for you to access 4-H stewardship guidelines.
Don’t miss out on this project day focusing on Agriculture! Come for a fun filled morning to learn more about agriculture and what types of projects the 4-H program has to offer related to agriculture!
All dogs must have current vaccinations to participate in dog training classes. Schedule your vet appointment today. Your vet must sign the Dog ID Affidavit and Vaccination Verification form, so bring a copy with to the vet appointment. Watch your email for more information in April.
Cloverbud workshops are fun-filled events led by the Dakota County 4-H Ambassador team. Workshops feature age-appropriate programs focusing on fun, non-competitive, safe activities meant to engage youth and create new friendships.
4-H Resident Camp is a fun filled 3 nights, 4 day overnight camping experience for youth in grades 3-8th grade. Campers are broke into 3-5th grade and 6-8th grade groups during the day and participate in shared activities during the evening.
The exclusive purpose of this 4-H Federation organization shall be to cooperate with the University of Minnesota Extension 4-H program staff in unifying and strengthening the 4-H Youth Development program in Dakota County.
Dakota County 4-H Youth Teaching Youth is a cross-age teaching model that gives high school students the opportunity to teach elementary students about character building, alcohol and tobacco decision-making, and building community in the classroom.
The Dakota County 4-H bi-monthly newsletter contains the latest news and information about 4-H events, deadlines, training, scholarship opportunities, projects and other activities for members, families, and volunteers in Dakota County.