4-Her's cooking the fish they caught!

4-Her's cooking the fish they caught!

Shooting Sports takes place once a month!

Shooting Sports takes place once a month!

4-H Outdoor Adventure

Registration is open for the first 4-H Survival Skills Challenge! Register here!

The Outdoor Adventure program is designed to get youth excited about spending time outdoors. It is our hope that the program promotes opportunities for youth to explore and learn about their natural environment through different avenues. Events are typically scheduled during the third weekend of every month throughout the year. See below for the tentative schedule for this year. To participate in any of these events or get more information, contact Christina Hall.

Another outdoor related offering is the Shooting Sports program. Chenango County 4-H Shooting Sports is a program that gives local youth an opportunity to learn about various shooting disciplines, currently archery and air rifle, while encouraging safe shooting practices and environmental stewardship. Following 4-H’s “Learn by Doing” mantra, our youth get the opportunity to shoot at each practice, utilizing techniques and safety tips given by our instructors. Youth ages 9 and up are eligible to shoot. For more information about the Shooting Sports program and for meeting dates and times, contact us.

This year’s schedule of events

Maple Activities

Sunday March 18 - 1:00pm - Otselic Valley Central School
Hands-on learning about the maple process from sap to syrup. Make your own maple products!

Spring Photography Hike

Saturday April 21 - 2:00pm - Whaupaunaucau State Forest
Get out and get some fresh air after a winter indoors! Hike the local trail with camera in hand to capture the beauty of spring.

Wild Edibles

Saturday May 19
Using 4-H wild edibles curriculum, we will forage for edible plants that you can even find in your own backyard!

Outdoor Skills Challenge!

Saturday June 9th at 9AM • Millbrook Park outside New Berlin 

Teams of four youth (10 and up) will rotate through five main stations where they will complete tasks in kayaking, wayfinding, foraging, fire starting, and shelter building. Navigate through the outdoor terrain, build your camp, and use your resources wisely to see which team will come out on top! A fun event, with prizes and giveaways! Register here!

Kayaking

Saturday June 16 (age 10 and up)

Wayfinding

Saturday July 21
GPS/Compass challenges

Hike

Saturday August 18

Kayaking Trip

Saturday September 15 (age 10 and up)

Last updated April 19, 2018