Below are the current county project guidelines for all 4-H projects. They are listed by project number in the respective category.


County 4-H Projects Overview

Advisors have this information in the Tuscarawas County 4-H Member and Volunteer Handbook. Each member receives this overview with the project book and project-specific guidelines. It lists information pertaining to Project Completion and Interview Judging, State Fair eligibility, and limited county fair requirements as well as premium requirements. Click here for the Overview.

Project Completion and State Fair Requirements

Is my project eligible for State Fair? What are the State Fair requirements for this project? Where can I find more information? Right here! The Project Completion and State Fair Requirements lists all 4-H projects and their eligibility for State Fair and what is required. The chart is broken down by project area (About 4-H, Animal Sciences, Companion Animals, Food and Nutrition, etc.) then numerically by project number.


Clothing

Please contact Christine Kendle if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.

All clothing projects will need the Style Review Commentary Sheet.

Please note for the following clothing projects 406, 408, 415, 417, 418, 419, 424, and 426: Principles of Pattern Alteration, Texas A&M Bulletin #E-372 and SEW-lutions Guidelines #12.211 will be needed. Both of these are located under Additional Resources.

432M Clothing Master: Design and Construction - This is no longer State Fair eligible.

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Food and Nutrition

Please contact Christine Kendle if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.

All food and nutrition projects will need the MyPlate Food Guide Flyer which is listed under Additional Resources.

Do NOT bring a food item to judging.

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FCS Related

Please contact Christine Kendle if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.

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Miscellaneous

Please contact Kiersten Heckel if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.

201R Dog Resource Handbook - (From the State 4-H Office) Updates to this book have been added to our Books/Resource page under Publication Updates. There are two versions: 2016 edition and 2018 edition. Members can download one pdf with all the changes depending on which edition they own. Changes were made in these chapters: Breeds, Grooming, Communication and Behavior, Obedience, Judging, Showmanship, and Working Dogs.


Shooting Sports

Please contact Kiersten Heckel if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.

This leader-directed program is taught only by certified volunteers to 4-H members ages 9 and above as of January 1 of the current year. Click here for more information on the Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports program. For more information on the county Shooting Sports program and county guidelines for the Shooting Sports projects, click here.


Large Livestock

Please contact Kiersten Heckel or  Chris Zoller if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.


Small Livestock

Please contact Kiersten Heckel or Chris Zoller if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.

The Poisonous Plants Extension Goat Handbook and Goat Vaccine Protocol handouts are available under Additional Resources, above right.

2019 Small Animal Educational Opportunities/Important Dates sheet.

See information about Poultry Resource handbook and other poultry resources here.


Equine

Please contact Christine Kendle if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.


Dairy

Please contact Kiersten Heckel or Chris Zoller if you have any questions regarding these projects or guidelines.