- Friday, Aug. 22 starting at 8 a.m., watch the goat show live from the Ag Star Arena on the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, hosted by a 4-H youth.
- Get judging results, public schedule, livestock show and project announcement alerts, and more -- delivered to your smart phone as you walk around the fair.
- Download applications for the following awards here: Project Record Award, Young Achiever Award, Top County Youth Leader Award, Minnesota Key Award, Top Secretary's Award and Friend of 4-H Award. All applications are due to the Roseau County Extension Office by September 15th!
- 2014 Roseau County 4-H Horse Project Program Book & Horse Person of the Year application.
- Every Minnesota 4-H member is eligible for a "one time" member exemption. This exemption provides the ability (one-time in a 4-H members career) for the 4H member to acknowledge they missed a 4-H deadline related to enrollment or competitive event participation and waive the consequences for the named deadline. See attached Roseau County 4-H Competitive Events: Deadlines, Consequences, and Exemptions. To review further Minnesota 4-H polices see related Minnesota 4-H Policies link.
- Cloverbuds is an age appropriate, non-competitive experience for youth grades K-2. The Cloverbud information sheet for parents, guardians and mentors, outlines the program options and characteristics as well as the rules that apply in competitive settings. Project resources are available to support Cloverbuds in their learning. To learn more about Cloverbuds resources click on the title!
- Click on the title of this article to find your monthly 4-H Clover Updates...
- Enrollment in 4-H is required for participation and will ensure that critical communications are sent to you.