4-H Youth Development Programs

Kids experience 4‑H in every county in the country—through in-school and after-school programs, community clubs and events, 4‑H Camp & Learning Centers, and much more.

In Hancock County, 4-H youth build life skills by leading hands-on projects in areas like science, health, agriculture, and civic engagement – helping them to grow confidence, independence, resilience, and compassion.

Jamboree 2019
4-H Youth and Volunteers at June Jamboree 2019

Special Interest Programs

4-H Clubs in Hancock County

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About the Farm | Animals | Mariaville

Aquarium Club | Fish | Virtual

Aquatic Tankers | Aquaria | Dedham

Egg Business Project | Entrepreneurship | Ellsworth 

Horse of Course | Horse | Brooklin

Jolly Juniors | General Interest | Waltham

Lock, Stock & Barrel | 4-H Shooting Sports | Blue Hill

Peninsula Explorers | Outdoor Education | Blue Hill

Rails N’ Trails | Horse | Bucksport 

Wellness Warriors | Personal Health | Dedham