4-Her preps food for PINY

Prepping peppers for the Produced in NY Food Demonstrations.

4-H Photography Club exhibit

Photography on exhibit at the Hemlock Fair.

The final product for one PINY participant

The final product for one PINY participant.

Hemlock Fair Building Exhibits

Arts and crafts projects on display at the Hemlock Fair.

Finished products from Discovery Day sewing class

A sewing workshop at Discovery Day.

4-H Family & Consumer Sciences

The 4-H Family & Consumer Sciences program includes projects related to you, your home, and your family. Projects are not only interesting and fun, but offer opportunities for developing skills that are useful throughout one's lifetime. These include learning to cook, sewing, and refinishing furniture. Youth have the opportunity to develop decision-making, manage resources, become better consumers, express creativity, acquire knowledge, build social skills, and feel pride in their accomplishments. Projects within this program area include food and nutrition; fine arts and crafts; wearable art; textiles and clothing; home environment; child development; and visual arts and photography.

Adapted from: http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/home-economics-0

Contact

Renee Hopkins
4-H Educator
rh445@cornell.edu

Last updated December 8, 2016