We are excited that your family is interested in getting involved in the Meeker County 4-H program! There are so many different opportunities the 4-H program has to offer. We are here to help you find the best fit for your family!
Getting involved in 4-H in Meeker County
Enroll your family in 4-H in Meeker County. For help with enrollment, check out the enrollment tip sheet.
Meeker County 4-H has 8 community clubs for your family to choose from. Learn more about the clubs, find information about when and where they meeting, and connect with the club leader.
4-H encourages hands on learning, and with so many project areas, there is always something for everyone!
Have more questions and want a 4-H staff member to contact you? No problem, our local 4-H staff is available to help answer any questions your family has.
We have put together a series of guides to help answer questions your family may have and provide information about 4-H in Meeker County.
Guide #1: Welcome and getting started
What is 4-H, enrolling, choosing a club, projects, and more!
Guide #2: Getting involved
Learn about events and all the opportunities 4-H has to offer!
Guide #3: 4-H and your family
Opportunities for the whole family, the judging experience, resources available, and deadlines.
Guide #4: Exploring the county level
Learn about Federation & Council, officer roles, committees, county fundraisers, scholarships, and more!
Guide #5: All about livestock
Learn everything you need to know about identifying and showing livestock in 4-H.
Guide #6: Fair time
Everything you need to know for a successful fair season!
Guide #7: Reflecting on the year
Reflect on and receive recognition for your hard work and achievements throughout the year.
Stay up-to-date with everything happening for 4-H in Meeker County!
Take a look at a typical 4-H year in Meeker County
4-H can have a language all it's own, but no worries! This 4-H glossary is a great way to get familiar with all the terms you may want to know.