4-H Today

  • 4-H Evening in the Garden

    September 26, 2014

    4-H Evening in the Garden returned to the 4-H Children’s Garden on Aug. 20.

  • State 4-H Miniature Horse Show

    September 26, 2014

    The 2014 State 4-H Miniature Horse Show took place Aug. 3 at the MSU Pavilion south barn.

  • 2014 Mentoring Weekend concludes

    September 26, 2014

    4-H Mentoring weekend is a 3-day workshop for mentors and mentees to learn together, develop their bonds and have a little fun.

  • Michigan Dairy Expo and Youth Dairy Days

    September 26, 2014

    The Michigan Dairy Expo and Youth Dairy Days were held July 21-25 at the MSU Pavilion.

  • 2014 MMPA Dairy Tour

    September 26, 2014

    The Michigan Milk Producers Association (MMPA) and Michigan 4-H joined together June 25-26 to teach 30 4-H and FFA members about milk marketing.

  • 4-H State Shooting Tournament

    September 26, 2014

    On Aug. 9, Michigan 4-H shooting sports members gathered at the Blue Water Sportsman’s club for the annual state shooting tournament.

  • 4-H Great Lakes and Natural Resources Camp

    September 26, 2014

    For the 32nd year, this week long camp focused on increasing participants’ knowledge and appreciation of the Great Lakes, natural resources and hands-on learning.

  • Local businesses rally around teen battling Crohn’s disease

    September 22, 2014 | Hailey Anderson

    Sixteen-year-old Alesha Gustafson couldn’t wait to get out of the hospital. It was the week of the Upper Peninsula (U.P.) State Fair, and she had spent all summer looking forward to selling her hog at the auction. She had spent countless hours raising the pig and preparing for this week. She is a member of the “When Pigs Fly and Cows Jump over the Moon” 4-H club in Menominee County, Michigan, and the fair has always been the highlight of her summer. Unfortunately, Alesha didn’t know if she’d be able to make it to the fair this year—she had just gone through emergency surgery to have a portion of her intestines removed.

  • 4-H Volunteer Profile: Nick Suravaram

    September 8, 2014 | Julie Ruemenapp

    In an effort to highlight the many different volunteer opportunities 4-H has to offer, the 4-H Volunteer Profile series will highlight a few of the many wonderful people who give their time to Michigan 4-H. 
  • Michigan 4-H’er helps spread “Love Like Lacey”

    June 4, 2014 | Hailey Anderson

    Because of her involvement in Michigan 4-H, Danielle Bott, a student at Michigan State University (MSU), has established strong values for family and community service over the years. In many ways, Bott said, she feels that 4-H is like a large family—she has witnessed many instances when people have donated much time, money and other resources to help others in need. Growing up in an environment that encourages that kind of behavior toward others can leave a lasting impact on the way a person lives his or her life, and it certainly did on Bott.

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