Sanilac 4-H Project Resources

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4-H offers youth an opportunity to explore and learn in a wide variety of content areas—everything from arts & crafts to science and healthy living to communications.  If a 4-H member has an interest in exploring it; 4-H can provide an opportunity to learn about it.  In 4-H we refer to our content areas as “Projects” and the volunteer responsible for each project is called a “Superintendent”.  Information and requirements for each project area are provided below.

2017 Sanilac County 4-H Superintendent Directory

Automotive/Small Engines

Alpacas/Llamas

Arts and Crafts

Beef/Breeding Beef

Buymanship

Cats

Ceramics

Cloverbuds

Communication

Computer Science

Crafts

Crops

Dairy

Dairy Judging

Dogs

Electronics/Electrical/Welding/Rockets

Entomology

Floriculture

Folkpatterns

Foods and Nutrition

Goats

Home Arts

Home Design

Horse & Pony
Proud Equestrian Program

Superintendent: Robin Lee   (810) 599-8502

2017 Equine Project Rules
2017 Equine Cleanliness Policy for SHOWS & Fair
2017 Horse Project ID Sheet
2017 Warm and Fuzzy Show
2017 English Qualifier Show
2017 Gymkhana Qualifier Show
2017 Western Qualifier Show
2017 Equine Educational Poster
2017 Sponsorship Form
2017 State Show Requirements

Horticulture

Knitting/Crocheting

Landscape

Large Animal Sweepstakes

Leathercraft

Livestock Judging

Natural Resources

Needlepoint

Personal Record Keeping

Photography

Pocket Pets

Poultry

Prospect Beef

Rabbits & Cavies

Superintendent Kim O’Connor  (586) 202-2387


Rabbit & Cavy project information
Rabbit Agility rules
Cavy Record book
Rabbit Record book Junior (9-11 year olds)
Rabbit Record book Intermediate (12-15 year olds)
Rabbit Record book Senior (16-19 year olds)

Recreation and Leisure Activities

Recycling

Safety and Health

Scrapbooking

Sewing

Sheep

Shooting Sports

Small Animal Sale

Small Animal Sweepstakes

Swine

Teen Leadership

Tractors

Veal

Veterinary Science

Wearable/NonWearable

Woodworking