April 16–20 is designated as “Week of the Young Child”. This is a time to focus on your kids and family. Life is busy and days pass by so quickly.
The South Dakota 4-H Youth Council strives to develop the minds of youth by increasing and promoting leadership activities through 4-H. Youth Council provides teens an opportunity to take their leadership skills to the next step through a broad range of activities.
While it would seem that most South Dakotans are used to winter storms, blizzards and the occasional loss of electricity associated with them, it always seems to catch some people by surprise. Do you have a plan in case you are without power for an extended period?
Animal projects assist youth in developing life skills. Decision making and planning are keys to building awareness and following through to project completion.
The South Dakota State Fair is the result of countless hours of dedication by 4-H members, parents, volunteers and staff. This page has been created as your go-to source for all of the information you need for 4-H exhibits at this year's fair.
With temperatures warming and the end of the school year quickly approaching, it is time to plan for camp this summer! Camp is a fun, safe way for South Dakota’s youth to explore new topics and activities in an experiential manner.
The 4-H Swine Show at the South Dakota State Fair will remain a terminal show in 2018. The State 4-H Swine Committee explored the possibility of a non-terminal show through discussion with numerous state entities and conducted an online survey for 4-H families enrolled in the Swine Project area.
The SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Development newsletter is your source for South Dakota 4-H events and deadlines, volunteer resources, youth development tools and updates from our great programs around the state.
Each year on April 22nd large celebrations can be found around the globe. What might people in almost every country be celebrating together? Earth Day!
Amanda Dean (4-H Youth Council Member) believes 4-H members should join youth council because it gives them a chance to step out of their comfort zone and try something new while having fun.