York County 4-H
4-H is the youth development education program of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension. 4-H participants range in ages from 5 to 19 and traditionally have organized themselves into 4-H clubs to support one another as they take on “learning-by-doing” projects.
Young people may also become involved in 4-H through school enrichment programs, 4-H camps, by creating individual projects on their own, and a variety of other activities.
York County has a rich variety of 4-H and youth programs. There are currently 13 4-H clubs serving York County. We also offer a variety of programs in school and after-school settings.
See what our 4-Hers are up to
York County 4-H Club Resources
- Programs and Events
- In-person program restart approval form – This form must be filled out and submitted at least 1 week before your planned club meeting/event.
- Annual Club Forms
- Project Records – These records should be filled out annually by each 4-H member.
- Field Trip Form
- York County 4-H Facebook Page
State 4-H Resources
- Youth: What Can I Do in 4-H?
- Adults: How Do I Become a Volunteer?
- 4-H Calendar, State
- 4-H Club Forms
- 4-H Volunteer Resources
- 4-H Policies and Procedures
- State 4-H Scholarships
- Maine 4-H Foundation
- State 4-H News
- Resources and Information for 4-H Leaders and Volunteers
For More Information, Contact:
Erin McDonald, 4-H Youth Development Professional