In 4-H you can explore firearms safety and the importance of conserving Minnesota's natural resources.
Learn the safe use of air pistols, air rifles, .22 cal. rifles, shotguns, black-powder guns and archery.
Wildlife education may include environmental awareness talks, a trip to forest resource centers, floods and natural disaster clean-up, or canoe trips to explore topography changes.
Watch the video and see what 4-H youth are doing in the 4-H Shooting Sports & Wildlife Management project.
Shooting Sports not for you?
4-H has something for everyone. Youth in kindergarten through one year past high school can participate in short-term activities and clubs where groups meet regularly to work on projects, perform community service and develop organizational and leadership skills. 4-H offers activities in:
- Science, engineering and technology
- Citizenship and leadership
- Healthy living
- Animal science
- Arts - fine arts, crafts, performing arts, photography
Browse the 4-H project selection guide. If you can't find a project that interests you, we'll help you develop one. No matter which project they choose 4-H youth will learn public speaking skills, how to collaborate, understand government and community, and how to develop and reach life and career goals.
How do we join 4-H?
For more information about Minnesota 4-H, contact Crow Wing County Extension, Jeanne Rohr at 218-814-1069 or enroll online at https://mn.4honline.com. Be sure to select a club and at least one project to complete your enrollment.
How can I become a 4-H club leader or volunteer?
Contact Crow Wing County Extension, Jeanne Rohr at 218-814-1069 to get involved. To enroll as a screened, adult volunteer: How to become a screened adult 4-H volunteer
Contact Jeanne Rohr, Crow Wing County 4-H Program Coordinator, at 218-824-1069 to find out more.