Washington County 4-H Program
4-H is the youth development education program of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension. 4-H is the largest youth organization in the world! Any youth ages 5-18 can participate in “learn by doing” projects. There are a number of ways for youth to participate in 4-H including club programming, school enrichment programs, camps, creating individual projects, and many other activities.
4-H youth can
- develop leadership skills
- participate in a community service project
- learn about science, from animals to aerospace
- travel to attend national youth events
- learn many useful skills such as computers, managing money, sewing, cooking, animal care, or starting a business
For more information about the Washington County 4-H Program, please dial 1.800.287.1542 (in Maine).
Additional 4-H Resources
- NEW: 4-h Spin Club: Forest Health
- NEW: 4-H SPIN Club:Seasonal Crafts around the World
- 4-H Science Fridays
- Come Grow with ME Garden Exhibit at the Washington County Fair
- How to Become a 4-H Volunteer