Step 3

Enroll

Complete 4-H enrollment by clicking 'Enroll' above. This will take you to the enrollment forms which have detailed instructions on how to enroll on 4-H Online. The Extension Office will be in touch concerning fee payment.

Enrollment costs $10 per person. Several projects require additional project fees which will be collected when participating in the project.

Please take a look at the Clover for project information and general 4-H guidelines/rules.

Montana 4-H Age Requirements

Participation in 4-H is divided into the following age groups based on the educational and developmental needs of each group. "4-H age" refers to the members' age on the first day of the program year, October 1st.

Cloverbuds: 5-7 years old
Junior/Intermediate: 8-13 years old
Senior: 14-19 years old
Volunteers - 19 years and older

In addition, some 4-H projects have age requirements for participation. Project-specific age requirements are noted in the Clover at the beginning of the project description.

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4-H Contact Information:

Lexi Foust
4-H Information 
lewisclark@montana.edu
(406) 447-8346

Kara Tangedal
4-H/Youth Development Agent
kara.tangedal@montana.edu
(
406) 447-8349

Catherine McNeil
4-H Military Program Coordinator
mcneilcb@gmail.com
(
406) 439-8570

100 W Custer
Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds
Helena, MT 59602

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and the Montana State University Extension Service prohibit discrimination in all of their programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital and family status. Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jeff Bader, Director of Extension, Extension Service, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717

Step 1

Getting Started

The best way to get started in 4-H is to first decide which club works best for you based on meeting times, dates, and location. Review the Club Meeting Dates and Locations link below to help with your selection. Don't let the name of the club stop you from checking them out. In our county, members in all clubs are involved in a variety of projects. You must be a member of a club to participate in county project activities and workshops. 

(Last Chance Livestock 4-H Club and Canyon Creek Stock 4-H Club is full)

Step 5

Stay Connected and Informed

Check the monthly Newsletter, 4-H website, Lewis & Clark County 4-H Instagram page, and Lewis & Clark County 4-H facebook page for the latest news, project workshops, county activities, and project contact information.

Review the New 4-H Family Handbook.

 

Step 2

Join a Club

Contact the Club Leader and express your interest in joining the club. Find out about the club activities, requirements and expectations. Club Leaders are a great resource to guide you through the process. There are likely to be changes in the club list and leaders the start of each 4-H year.

(Last Chance Livestock 4-H Club and Canyon Creek Stock 4-H Club is full)

Step 4

Find Project Resources

Project books - the educational materials that supplement hands-on activities - are listed in the Clover under project requirements. Project books can be bought HERE.

Record Book forms are required to complete a 4-H year. Find out more about record books HERE.

 

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Follow us on Instagram

Step 1

Getting Started

The best way to get started in 4-H is to first decide which club works best for you based on meeting times, dates, and location. Review the Club Meeting Dates and Locations link below to help with your selection. Don't let the name of the club stop you from checking them out. In our county, members in all clubs are involved in a variety of projects. You must be a member of a club to participate in county project activities and workshops. 

(Last Chance Livestock 4-H Club and Canyon Creek Stock 4-H Club is full)

Step 2

Join a Club

Contact the Club Leader and express your interest in joining the club. Find out about the club activities, requirements and expectations. Club Leaders are a great resource to guide you through the process. There are likely to be changes in the club list and leaders the start of each 4-H year.

(Last Chance Livestock 4-H Club and Canyon Creek Stock 4-H Club is full)

 Step 3

Enroll

Complete 4-H enrollment by clicking 'Enroll' above. This will take you to the enrollment forms which have detailed instructions on how to enroll on 4-H Online. The Extension Office will be in touch concerning fee payment.

Enrollment costs $10 per person. Several projects require additional project fees which will be collected when participating in the project.

Please take a look at the Clover for project information and general 4-H guidelines/rules.

Step 4

Find Project Resources

Project books - the educational materials that supplement hands-on activities - are listed in the Clover under project requirements. Project books can be bought HERE.

Record Book forms are required to complete a 4-H year. Find out more about record books HERE.

 

Step 5

Stay Connected and Informed

Check the monthly Newsletter, 4-H website, Lewis & Clark County 4-H Instagram page, and Lewis & Clark County 4-H facebook page for the latest news, project workshops, county activities, and project contact information.

Review the New 4-H Family Handbook.

 

Montana 4-H Age Requirements

Participation in 4-H is divided into the following age groups based on the educational and developmental needs of each group. "4-H age" refers to the members' age on the first day of the program year, October 1st.

Cloverbuds: 5-7 years old
Junior/Intermediate: 8-13 years old
Senior: 14-19 years old
Volunteers - 19 years and older

In addition, some 4-H projects have age requirements for participation. Project-specific age requirements are noted in the Clover at the beginning of the project description.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and the Montana State University Extension Service prohibit discrimination in all of their programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital and family status. Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jeff Bader, Director of Extension, Extension Service, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717