The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and the Montana State University Extension Service prohibit discrimination in all of their programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital and family status. Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jeff Bader, Director of Extension, Extension Service, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717

Woodworking is a perfect project choice if you like wood and enjoy using tools and building things. Can you see yourself someday building a table, wood toy, or chair? As a beginning woodworker, you can build practical  and useful objects. As your skills grow, you'll be able to make most of the objects in your house or even build a home! No matter what you make, the joy of completing a woodworking project is great. you'll build and construct items using wood and a wide variety of woodworking tools. 

Each year you should do at least seven of the required and optional activities listed in the manual. In addition, you should take part in at least two leadership experiences each year. To complete each level of woodworking, you should complete at least 21 total required and optional activities in three years or less. 

Project Books Required?: Yes

Woodworking project books can be found HERE

*** Please note, if you do not attend at least one workshop in your project area during the 4-H year, you will be required to complete activities in your project book and turn it in with your record book. The number of activities required to complete a 4-H year in each project book can be found HERE

What needs to be accomplished to move on to level 2?

  • Proficiency in level 1 as determined at fair judging
  • Age of project member and years in project

What needs to be accomplished to move on to level 3?

  • Proficiency in level 2 as determined at fair judging
  • Age of project member and years in project

what needs to be accomplished to move on to the next levels from here?

  • Project members comfort level with associated tools and techniques
  • Project members willingness to seek guidance and dedicate time to more complicated projects

Superintendent: Dave Swanson
Contact: daveswanson4@icloud.com or 406.459.3950

Junior Superintendent: Ben Swanson

How will you be contacted? Email 

Woodworking is a perfect project choice if you like wood and enjoy using tools and building things. Can you see yourself someday building a table, wood toy, or chair? As a beginning woodworker, you can build practical  and useful objects. As your skills grow, you'll be able to make most of the objects in your house or even build a home! No matter what you make, the joy of completing a woodworking project is great. you'll build and construct items using wood and a wide variety of woodworking tools. 

Each year you should do at least seven of the required and optional activities listed in the manual. In addition, you should take part in at least two leadership experiences each year. To complete each level of woodworking, you should complete at least 21 total required and optional activities in three years or less. 

Project Books Required?: Yes

Woodworking project books can be found HERE

*** Please note, if you do not attend at least one workshop in your project area during the 4-H year, you will be required to complete activities in your project book and turn it in with your record book. The number of activities required to complete a 4-H year in each project book can be found HERE

What needs to be accomplished to move on to level 2?

  • Proficiency in level 1 as determined at fair judging
  • Age of project member and years in project

What needs to be accomplished to move on to level 3?

  • Proficiency in level 2 as determined at fair judging
  • Age of project member and years in project

what needs to be accomplished to move on to the next levels from here?

  • Project members comfort level with associated tools and techniques
  • Project members willingness to seek guidance and dedicate time to more complicated projects

Superintendent: Dave Swanson
Contact: daveswanson4@icloud.com or 406.459.3950

Junior Superintendent: Ben Swanson

How will you be contacted? Email 


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Woodworking is a perfect project choice if you like wood and enjoy using tools and building things. Can you see yourself someday building a table, wood toy, or chair? As a beginning woodworker, you can build practical  and useful objects. As your skills grow, you'll be able to make most of the objects in your house or even build a home! No matter what you make, the joy of completing a woodworking project is great. you'll build and construct items using wood and a wide variety of woodworking tools. 

Each year you should do at least seven of the required and optional activities listed in the manual. In addition, you should take part in at least two leadership experiences each year. To complete each level of woodworking, you should complete at least 21 total required and optional activities in three years or less. 

Project Books Required?: Yes

Woodworking project books can be found HERE

*** Please note, if you do not attend at least one workshop in your project area during the 4-H year, you will be required to complete activities in your project book and turn it in with your record book. The number of activities required to complete a 4-H year in each project book can be found HERE

What needs to be accomplished to move on to level 2?

  • Proficiency in level 1 as determined at fair judging
  • Age of project member and years in project

What needs to be accomplished to move on to level 3?

  • Proficiency in level 2 as determined at fair judging
  • Age of project member and years in project

what needs to be accomplished to move on to the next levels from here?

  • Project members comfort level with associated tools and techniques
  • Project members willingness to seek guidance and dedicate time to more complicated projects

Superintendent: Dave Swanson
Contact: daveswanson4@icloud.com or 406.459.3950

Junior Superintendent: Ben Swanson

How will you be contacted? Email 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and the Montana State University Extension Service prohibit discrimination in all of their programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital and family status. Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jeff Bader, Director of Extension, Extension Service, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717