4-H Filmmaking Studio:
On the homepage you’ll find workshop modules to assist you with making your own film. Practice with your camera, tell your story, and upload your film to share with others.
4-H2Online – a community for youth to learn about water quality, water conservation and watershed issues. Throughout this site you’ll find 4-H’s “Exploring Your Environment” Grab-n-Go’s and information on how youth nationwide are addressing water issues in their communities.
The Power of the Wind:
Check out 4-H’s newest renewable energy and engineering Curriculum, The Power of the Wind. The Power of the Wind Curriculum is part of the National 4-H Curriculum Collection, signifying its excellence in providing hands-on learning experiences for youth. It is designed for middle school aged youth to learn about the wind and its uses.
Project Butterfly WINGS:
The newest SET curriculum, “Butterfly WINGS”, was developed by the University of Florida. Through this project guide, youth in grades 4-8 learn about environmental science, citizen science, butterfly biology, identification, habitats, and monitoring.