The South Dakota 4-H Volunteer Hall of Fame was established in 2002 as part of the 100th birthday celebration of 4-H. Its purpose is to recognize and celebrate adult volunteers in South Dakota who have dedicated themselves to making significant contributions to the development of the SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Development Program in the areas of: Character, Citizenship, Leadership, and Career Accomplishment.
South Dakota 4-H hosts camps and conferences to provide youth with positive educational experiences. A variety of options are available throughout the year. Visit this page often for updated information and registration materials.
Unofficial results are in for the 2018 Spring State Shoot held April 27–29, 2018 in Ft. Pierre, SD. Special thanks to this year's competitors, coaches and volunteers for making the event a success!
Memorial Day weekend brought the unofficial start to summer and fun in the sun. My family and I spent a lot of time outside camping and on the lake.
Sara Koepke (SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor - Grant County) believes a true leader exhibits humility, responsibility, candor, and is a team builder.
As school is winding down and I am trying to figure out how to keep my kids busy all summer, I am trying to find experiences and ways to get them outdoors and off screen time.
South Dakota 4-H proudly recognizes the outstanding marksmanship of state record holders across all shooting disciplines. State records are recorded each year at the annual South Dakota 4-H Shooting Sports State Shoot.
4-H members have the opportunity to showcase their horse project work at the annual South Dakota State 4-H Horse Show. Visit this page often for more information and contest results, which will be posted throughout the show.
South Dakota 4-H dog project members exhibit their accomplishments during the State 4-H Dog Show, held annually in Huron, SD.
SDSU Extension offers the Hazardous Occupation Safety Training in Agriculture (HOSTA) training program. HOSTA trainings are offered in the spring and summer.