What is 4-H? – 4-H History, Pledge, Emblems & Symbols
Clubs and Leaders (updated 12-12-19)
What is the site to log into 4H Online?
4-H Online (forms)
Journey through the First Year of 4-H (PDF)
4-H Behavior Agreement
The mission of Clark County 4-H is to develop youth to become productive citizens and catalysts for positive change, and enable youth to become capable, responsible, and caring citizens.
4-H is a youth organization that belongs to the members, their families, and other interested adults who serve as volunteer leaders. Professional leadership is given by Cooperative Extension faculty of the University of Wisconsin. Support for 4-H programs is a joint effort of local county government, the University of Wisconsin, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
In 4-H, young people share, grow, and learn together from various projects, events, and activities in informal situations under the guidance of their families and other volunteer adult leaders. Members can choose projects that fit them and the places where they live. Group activities and events such as drama, trips, camps, fairs, shows, and conferences provide additional learning experiences and opportunities.
4-H is open to all youth and adults regardless of their ethnic background, race, creed, or disability. Most 4-H clubs have meetings for the entire membership once a month. During these meetings, decisions are made about group-sponsored activities such as community service efforts, project opportunities and fund-raising efforts.
If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development in Clark County, please contact the Clark County UW-Extension Office at 715-743-5121.