About 4-H Projects
By enrolling in a 4-H project, youth are given the opportunity to explore a specific area of interest. Through local 4-H volunteer club leaders and county 4-H staff, youth will be provided with the resources and support to develop skills and gain knowledge related to that topic. Learning about a 4-H project is fun - it involves meeting others that share your interest, engaging in hands-on experiences that allow you to learn by doing, going on field trips, participating in events that test your skills, and much more. All projects also provide opportunities to develop your record keeping, community service, leadership, career options, and presentation skills.
Lowcountry Project Achievement
Youth in Beaufort, Hampton, Colleton, and Jasper Counties are eligible to participate.
Steps to completing a Lowcountry 4-H Project:
- Youth must be a member in good standing to compete. Please register online at https://v2.4honline.com and register your project at( http://lowcountry4h.eventbrite.com/)
- Complete a record book and participate in activities to help you learn about your project.
- Turn in your record book and present your project for judging on project achievement day. Date TBD, will be held in the month of June 2021.
- Celebrate your accomplishments at the Lowcountry 4-H Achievement Banquet
Awards Handbook-Coming Soon