Apply now to be a counselor at 4-H Camp at Lake Shetek - deadline to apply is February 16.
Martin County 4-H is offering five programs designed to introduce youth to raising and showing livestock.
Martin County 4-H high school seniors are invited to apply for a scholarship. The deadline to apply is March 15.
Andrea Ruesch Scholarship is accepting applications until March 1.
Maday Family Farms, 2022 Farm Families of the Year recipient
Matin County welcomes Hannah Neil, Extension Educator.
In addition to our typical communications, 4-H staff will be using the Martin County 4-H app to communicate important information during the Martin County Fair.
Martin County Born and Raised swine MUST be declared as such on the 4-H affidavit, which was included in the Animal ID-ing mailing, and a veterinarian familiar with the pigflow must sign the affidavit confirming their qualifications prior to County Fair (or 4-H Showcase equivalent) Check-In. Affidavit MUST be turned into the 4-H Office.
Young people from across Minnesota will have the opportunity to compete in local meets in events including archery, muzzle loader, shotgun, air rifle, .22 rifle and air pistol. Skillathon, wildlife calling, conservation projects and cast iron cooking will be available in a virtual format.