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Project Area or Exhibit?
What is the difference between a 4-H project and a 4-H exhibit? Each year, 4-H members enroll in project areas that interest them. They set goals to plan what they will learn in each project area. When they bring things to fair to show what they learned, these are called exhibits.
This publication gives examples of ways you can explore project area learning as a 4-H member, and ways that you can participate in sharing what you have learned through exhibiting opportunities.
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4-H Project Area Guides All
Iowa 4-H Sheep Identification Form (Unit=Pkg of 15)
Iowa 4-H Meat Goat Identification Form (Unit=Pkg of 15)
Iowa 4-H Swine Identification Form (Unit=Pkg of 15)
4-H Vinyl Sticker
Rules and Regulations for 4-H Equine Shows in Iowa
Full of Beans: Henry Ford Grows a Car -- Bookmark STEM (Unit=25)
4-H Laptop Skin
Fruits and Vegetables Clover Tattoo (Unit=100)
Iowa 4-H Market Beef Identification Form (Unit=Pkg of 20)
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