If you’re ready to join 4-H as a new member or leader, contact your local 4-H office. We can provide suggestions for choosing a club according to your project interests and where you are located.
- EM2778 4-H Projects and Publications Catalog containing details of all 4-H publications and projects with descriptions, as well as 4-H news.
- Washington State 4-H Policy and Procedure Handbook This is a must read for anyone involved in the 4-H program. It provides a description of the 4-H program in the state of Washington, covering membership, organization and types of 4-H enrollment, volunteer staff state activities and events, animal ownership and management, safety with regards to certain projects and relationships– 4-H with other agencies.
- AIL Accident Insurance for 4-H Club Members. For just $1.00 per member or leader per year, it covers each registered member and leader while participating in or attending regularly approved and adult supervised group activities. Horse clubs members and leaders are $2.00 per person. The 4-H office encourages all clubs to apply for coverage.
- C1001E Child Abuse Volunteers who suspect or witness child abuse at youth activities are expected to first consult with any of the WSU Ferry County Extension faculty or staff.
Who May Join 4-H? 4-H is open to youth who have reached their 5th birthday (before October 1st of the current 4-H year) through those who have not reached their 19th birthday (before October 1st of the current 4-H year).