Welcome to Clark County 4-H!
The largest youth program in the nation, 4-H is a national program that has a home in every state in the country! The home of the 4-H Youth Development Program in our state is Washington State University, and it is brought to local communities by Washington State University Extension faculty and staff.
Our Mission: Positive Youth Development
The mission of the 4-H Youth Development Program is to help young people grow into responsible, contributing citizens. To reach this goal, 4-H has developed educational materials that emphasize development of life skills in young people through fun, hands-on projects. The 4-H educational materials are developed by education specialists, and updated approximately every five years to keep the content fresh and relevant. Each leader and member manual is full of directions for fun, hands-on activities that, at the same time, teach critical life skills.
Please Visit or Contact Us!
We warmly welcome you to Clark County 4-H! Whether you are new to the Clover or already part of the 4-H family, we hope that you’ll find what you’re looking for on our website. If not, please email Kellian Whidden at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also give us a call at 397-6060, ext. 5730. In Clark County, our office is located on the beautiful 80-acre campus of the Heritage Farm at 1919 NE 78 Street, Vancouver WA. We are open to the public as follows:
Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30 – 2:00
Thursday and Friday 11:30 – 5:00
Please call ahead if you visit outside these hours so we can make sure someone is available to let you in.
We are fortunate to have Missy Cummins, the 4-H Regional Specialist for Clark, Skamania and Klickitat counties.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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