The Oregon 4-H Program provides opportunities for teens and young adults to travel to other countries as participants in host-family based exchange programs. In addition, Oregon hosts young people from other countries for stays ranging from two weeks to ten months. Costa Rica, Finland, Japan, Norway, and South Korea are some of the countries currently involved.
There are 2 scholarships available through the Linn-Benton Women for Agriculture. If someone you know has been a resident of Linn or Benton County a minimum of two years during their high school education, and either a child or grandchild of a Linn-Benton Women for Ag member OR pursuing a major in agricultural studies, please apply. Deadline is April 15th.
Interested in 4-H and want to join? The Linn County 4-H program offers many different clubs and projects. Please fill out this form so we can learn more about your interests and find a club and project area that will be the best fit.
As a 4-H volunteer leader, you play a key role in helping young people grow as individuals, acquire new knowledge and skills, and become active members of their communities. If you have not been a leader before, please complete this application to begin your rewarding volunteer leadership journey.
Returning 4-H members must complete this form to re-enroll and turn it into their club leader. New members need to fill out the "Member Interest Form" questionnaire above in order to get started with Linn County 4-H.
This is an awesome opportunity to show off your best stuff. Any project area can participate, simply pick your best and show it off. You can use a variety of media to do that, including video, slide show, photo, etc. Don't miss out, we look forward to showing off cool stuff from every county in our state; 4-H remains strong and youth continue to complete their projects and successfully meet their goals, no matter the challenge. Join us!
Showmanship a NEW Way! We (myself and another judge or two) will be evaluating you through an interview of you and your animal. In order to participate, you will need a device that can connect to ZOOM and travel with you to your animal.
This is an event to test your ranch horse savvy in lieu of this year’s Ranch Horse Invitational. We need to not travel between counties right now and focus on keeping member, volunteers, staff and their families safe. But we have to keep this Ranch Horse Experience rolling. Videos could be at home, helping on a working ranch, or at your county fair AND testing your knowledge is always a good way to focus on some targeted learning. Join us...