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 ages 5 to 18 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
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.
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.
Contact Janet for information about School Enrichment Programs.
Contact Wendy for information about Science, Engineering and Technology, Older Youth Leadership, Awards & Recognition, and club programs in Horse and Small Animals.
Contact Jan for information about our 4-H Association Board, Camp and club programs in HEARTH (Home Economics, Arts, Horticulture, and other non-animal projects), Livestock, Shooting Sports, Dog and Youth Tractor Safety.