4-H is the largest out of school youth organization in the United States with over 7 million youth members. Cornell Cooperative Extension staff are responsible for 4-H programs in nearly every county and city in New York State.

For more information, visit the 4-H Web Site or the 4-H Resource Directory.

Recent Submissions

  • FABRICATIONS 

    Coffman, Charlotte (2015-09)
    FABRICATIONS introduces basic fabric construction techniques for young people to learn to weave, braid, twine, wrap and knot yarns into decorative textiles. A final Design Challenge requires youth to design and create a ...
  • Access 4-H Membership Trend Interface 

    Neff, Robert (2014-02-21)
    This is a tool for Association 4-H Educators, Executive Directors and Stakeholders to study county enrollment trends
  • The Fabric Flight Connection 

    Coffman, Charlotte (1997)
    The Fabric Flight Connection is a handbook detailing principles of flight, fibrous materials used in flight, the function of garments in relation to materials, resources, and activities that relate to flight and fabric. ...
  • A Style of Your Own - Managing Choice 

    Coffman, Charlotte; Morton, Lois (2012-09-24)
    A Style of your Own is a 3-book series of activity guides for youth in Grades 6-12. It uses interests in personal style to teach decision-making skills, responsibility in making clothing decisions, self-confidence in the ...
  • A Style of Your Own - Helper's Guide 

    Coffman, Charlotte; Morton, Lois (2012-09-21)
    A Style of your Own is a 3-book series of activity guides for youth in Grades 6-12. It uses interests in personal style to teach decision-making skills, responsibility in making clothing decisions, self-confidence in the ...

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