Program Contact: Lorna Barth, 4-H Coordinator
Membership in the Washington State 4-H Youth Development Program is open to youth between the ages of 5 and 19. the 4-H program helps young people and adults put knowledge to work in all of Washington’s 39 counties, cities, and towns. 4-H teaches life skills that lead young people to become self-directed, positive, contributing members of our society.
This is a digital (.pdf) version of the 2018 Columbia County Fair Book. Hard copies can be picked up the the Columbia County Extension Office.
Click here to access and print level 1, level 2, permanent, and computer record books. You can also come into the office and we will print any needed materials for you.
This is a quick link to the WSU Publication Store. 4-H curriculum publications are available for purchase. Many project record sheets, record books, quality assurance forms, and others are now available for FREE download. So you can print these at home! Check it out!
Looking for older WSU Publications that are no longer in print? Go to the WSU research exchange and search by publication number, title, or subject area. Click the link below.
Quality Assurance Forms
Quality assurance is important when raising an animal for human consumption. All members MUST bring this completed form to weigh-in at the Columbia County Fair. They are species specific.
Swine Pre-Entry Forms
Attach a front view and side view photo of the pig to this form and turn into the Extension Office no later than 6/6/2018. Each 4-H member may tag one (1) or two (2) pigs for the Columbia County Fair. Complete one Pre-Entry form for each of the two pigs.
Swine Pre-Entry Form 2018
Contact our office at (509) 382-4741 for information about how to join 4-H