The 2018 4-H Shooting Sports season ended on September 9, 2018, at the conclusion of the 2018 Fall Shoot. We would like to start by thanking the numerous volunteers who helped to make this a successful season for the 4-H youth that participated in the Shooting Sports program.
Apply to be on the 2019 4-H Shooting Sports hunting team. This team will represent South Dakota 4-H Shooting Sports at the 2019 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships in Grand Island, NE June 23-28, 2019.
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.
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.
The 2018 State 4-H Livestock Skill-a-thon took place September 14 and the Livestock Judging Contest took place September 15 on the South Dakota State University campus at the Animal Science Complex.
What you do makes a difference! We are excited to share that our state will be participating in 4-H Volunteer Impact Study of volunteers in the North Central Region.
Welcome to SDSU Extension! SDSU Extension is actively seeking partners/volunteers who can help us achieve our mission to empower citizens. Volunteers help facilitate SDSU Extension educational programming in their communities through 4-H, Master Gardeners, and several other program disciplines.
The new 4-H year started October 1st and with that all 4-H members and volunteers need to re-enroll in 4-H Online and pay the volunteer renewal fee of $10 to your local SDSU Extension county office. If you are a new volunteer, you must download and fill out the Volunteer Work Agreement Form and submit it to your local SDSU Extension county office.
South Dakota 4-H dog project members exhibit their accomplishments during the State 4-H Dog Show, held annually in Huron, SD.
Many 4-H market beef animals are only evaluated through ribbon placings during the State Fair Market Beef Show. However, there is an additional opportunity for 4-H’ers with market beef to obtain insight into the production side of their project.