Weld County Extension Office is closed May 30th for Memorial Day.
General, Natural Resource and Engineering projects exemplify STEM in daily lives and future careers. Rockets, Scrapbooking, Small Engines and Gardening are just a few examples of projects that are focused on. For more information on these projects, and all projects in the department, please visit their individual project pages on the left.
You will learn about the world of bees and have fun doing it.
You will learn about cat breeds, behavior, good health, grooming and feeding.
In this project, you will learn a variety of skills to help you create a wonderful ceramic project that you will have forever.
Computer Science Project for 4-H members interested in gaining experience in computer building, repairing, and networking.
The dog project is designed for youth who are interested in learning more about dogs, how to care for a dog, and how to train a dog in basic or advanced commands.
Would you like to learn about the “magic” of electric circuits, magnetism, motors and electronics?
You will learn about the world of insects and have fun doing it.
In this project you will learn how to use video cameras, a tripod, video tips ad how to capture and transfer video footage.
The gardening project focuses on activities related to vegetable gardening, planning, planting, experimenting, understanding soils, seeds, insects, plant care, harvesting, processing, exploring careers, etc.
This project will help you become connected to the world by learning and studying other countries and cultures.
The horseless horse project is designed for 4-H members interested in learning about horses but who do not own their own horse.
You will learn about what it takes to be an outstanding leader.
You will learn how to use different tools on leather to make different designs.
Members will learn about different welders, welding techniques and metal by participating in the experiences of this project.
The model rocketry project is designed to help young people learn how to build and design rockets.
You will learn how to plan a day hike and work up to planning overnight camping trips to extended backpacking expeditions as you make your way through the three units.
Learn about basic and advanced techniques, digital cameras, and how to plan, compose, light, and exhibit your shots.
Young people in robotics learn hands-on about engineering design, computer programming, electrical components, how robots move, and how robotic arms work and much more.
The history of your life can be preserved for the next generation by creating a scrapbook filled with your collection of pictures and memorabilia.
In this project, there are seven disciplines to choose from: Archery, Air Rifle, Air Pistol, Shotgun, Black Powder Muzzleloading, .22 Rifle and .22 Pistol.
Small Engine helps youth understand how small engines work, how they work for us and how to keep them working.
You will learn about types of fish, variety of sportfishing equipment, how to make and repair tackle, understand the ecological and social basics of fisheries and management.
In this project you will learn the importance of Veterinary Science and you will also learn important skills you will use your whole life.
If you love art and want to develop more skills in drawing and painting, then this is the project for you.
You will learn about ecosystems, wildlife conservation, habitat requirements, wildlife behavior, how wildlife species fit into nature’s scheme, how they are managed, and how they relate to humans.
From the basic skill of measuring to using advanced equipment such as routers and jointers, this project has something for everyone.