Benton County 4-H Projects & Clubs

4-H Youth Project Areas

4‑H programs are grounded in the belief that kids learn best by doing. Kids complete hands-on projects in areas like science, health, agriculture and citizenship, in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. Kids can concentrate on one focus area or they can try a variety of programs throughout their 4‑H experience. Regardless of the project area, all 4‑H programs include mentoring and career readiness as core elements.

This project list (unavailable, currently being updated) includes all areas for which we have curriculum. There may not be a Benton County club for every project area. If you or someone you know is interested in starting a club please contact Carolyn Ashton (541)766-6750.

Current Benton County 4-H Clubs

Large Animals

Barnyard Blues

Blodgett Tailtwisters

Blue Ribbonaires

Country Critters

Goats Galore & More

Hoskins Livestock

Mid-Valley Livestock

Peak Livestock

Pygmies & Pals

Ram Ewe Downs

Triple S Livestock

Small Animals

Benton Rabbiteers

Claws & Paws of the Round Table

Happy Hoppers

Critters of the Valley

Feathers, Fur, Food & Fun




Power Paws


Fine Equines

Kings Valley Riders

Monroe Wranglers

Perfect Partners


Silver Spurs

Young Riders




Family & Consumer Science

Berries & Buttons

Crafty Critters


Food for Fun

Howling Hawks

Lincoln Needles

Material Kids

Royal Crest Genealogy


Sew Smart Cookies

Sunshine Circle

Feathers, Fur, Food & Fun

Natural Science

Garden Gnomes

Howling Hawks


Science, Engineering & Technology

Howling Hawks

Rocket Robotics 

Shooting Sports

Benton 4-H Archers

Corvallis Sharpshooters

Cloverbud (ages 5-8) 

Muddy Creek Clovers

Lincoln Cloverbuds

The CloverSTEMS

Feathers, Fur, Food & Fun


4-H Camp & Camp Counselors


Fiesta Mexicana

International Exchange

Wildlife Stewards