Projects Grouped by Category
- Dog care
- Meat Science
- Pets (other than dogs)
- Veterinary Science
Communication and Expressive Arts
- Communication Arts
- Expressive Arts
- Recreation (Leisure Education)
Family and Consumer Sciences
- Child Development
- Clothing and Textiles
- Clothing Selection
- Consumer Education
- Dairy Foods
- Food and Nutrition
- Food Preservation
- Interior Design
- Home Management
- Shooting Sports
Personal Development and Leadership
- Career Exploration
- Personal Development
- Introductory 4-H Projects (5-8 year olds)
- Field Crops
- Gardening (Fruits, Vegetables, Ornamental, and Flowers)
- Plant and Soil Sciences
- Cultural Education
- Economics, Business, Marketing
Technology and Engineering
- Computer Technology
- Engines and Tractors
- Wood Science
The Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions began in 1969 as a conversation between two Mississippi State University livestock specialists dedicated to building better youth through livestock programs.
Growing food on Earth is challenging enough, but two Armstrong Middle School robotics teams are exploring the cultivation of leafy greens in space.
Mississippi State University received three grants Oct. 22 totaling almost $900,000 to enhance the advancement of scientific and environmental literacy among children and young people living near the Gulf Coast.
On a rainy day in early autumn, hundreds of people packed into the Mississippi State University Joe Bearden Dairy Center to learn where their milk, butter, yogurt, and ice cream come from. (File Photo by Kat Lawrence)
See what's new in Extension: Extension Supports University's Community Garden, Extension Appoints New 4-H Staff, Extension Landscape Symposium Honors Professor Emeritus, and Extension's Southern Gardener Opens Little Free Garden
Bug Camp is not a place for kids who are afraid of bugs, warns Ryals Strider.
Start small, but start today. That’s what Scott Stokes was thinking last year when he brought out his bicycle after a 12-year hiatus and started riding again. A new Mississippi State University Extension Service program encouraged him to get back on track. (Photo by Kevin Hudson)
Winston 100 Wellness on Wheels cyclists ride through the Noxubee Wildlife Refuge as the sun rises over a cool fall 2018 morning.