About the Clackamas County 4-H Program

4-H...more than you ever imagined.

4-H...is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.

4-H is the youth education program of OSU Extension Service. Its mission is to develop youth and adult potential to improve communities through learning to live, learning to make a living, strengthening families and communities, becoming lifelong learners, developing leadership, and using research-based knowledge and the land grant university system.

Our most popular program for youth is the 4-H Club experience. Youth in Kindergarten through 12th grade can join a club in a wide variety of project areas.

We couldn't reach more than 5,000 Clackamas County youth each year without the help of our volunteers! Do you have what it takes to become a 4-H Volunteer?

Your Clackamas County 4-H Staff

Kelly Redwine - 4-H Secretary

Talk to Kelly about...anything! Our secretary can answer questions about most topics, including dates of events, enrollment questions, project materials, and general 4-H information.

Trisha White - 4-H Program Assistant

Contact Trisha about joining 4-H, becoming a leader, and finding a new club. You can also contact Trisha for more information on the Fish Stewards, and Incredible Egg in school programs.

Janet Nagele - 4-H Youth Development Agent

Contact Janet for information about School Enrichment Programs, including Wildlife Stewards.

Wendy Hein - 4-H Youth Development Agent

Contact Wendy for information about Science, Engineering and Technology, Older Youth Leadership, Awards & Recognition, and club programs in Horse and HEARTH (Home Ec, Art, Horticlulture).

Jan Williams - 4-H Youth Development Agent

Contact Jan for information about our Leaders' Association, Camp and club programs in Livestock, Small Animals, Shooting Sports, and Dog.

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