We need more Project Leaders and Co-Leaders

Being a Project Leader is a great way to spend time with your kid(s) and have a meaningful impact on your community. Do you have any talents, hobbies, or things you want to learn that you could share and teach to youth? Does your kid have any interests for a Project that you could lead with them? Would you like to work with another Co-Leader to start a new project? From Geocaching and Tabletop Games to Bread Making and Rabbits, there are projects that fit any level of expertise. Some projects have guides to help you get started or you can create a brand new Project. Email 4hredwoodclub@gmail.com for more details. 

Time commitment is 1-2 hours per month if meeting once a month.

Types of 4-H projects:


4-H Project Sheets:

Click on a project with a link to see the 4-H project sheets. The Project Sheets are a guide for 4-H project leaders to develop their projects with meaningful content. For a brief description of each 4-H project, please see the list of California 4-H Projects (PDF).

Animal Science

Career and Leadership

Civic Engagement

Expressive Arts and Communication

Healthy Living


STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)

Other projects

California 4-H Project Sheets were inspired by Iowa State University 4-H Project Hot Sheets (click link to see PDF sheets).