The 4-H year begins on October 1st of each year and is completed on September 30th, and is open to youth ages 5 to 18. Members can join anytime throughout the year, depending on the club’s capacity. Please keep in mind that fair eligibility is affected by registration date (3/1 for all animal projects; 6/1 for all still life or non-animal projects). To learn more and get in touch with a club, please contact the 4-H Program Coordinator, at (360) 317-3303 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you decide to join, you will enroll with 4HOnline. Enrollment costs $25 per member.*
- Fur & Feathers – This is a multi-project club, which includes Rabbit, Poultry, Goat, Sheep, Cavy, Horse, Swine, Gardening, Photography, Archery, Crafts, and Foods
San Juan Island
- San Juan Island Community Club – All welcome, regardless of your area of interest. This club is ideal for members who would like to explore 4-H and work on self-determined projects with a parent’s or guardian’s help
- San Juan Island Livestock – Sheep, Goat, Dairy, Beef, and Swine
- Country Critters – Rabbit, Poultry and Cavy
- Bits & Spurs – Horse
- Lopez Livestock and General Club – Beef, Dairy, Swine, Sheep and Goats; Photography; Baking, Cooking, and Crafts with the help of a parent or guardian
- Horse Rangers – Horse
- Shaw Island Rocks, Shoots and Roots – Visual and creative art projects, Woodworking, Rocketry, and self-determined projects
All Island Participation
Not a club available with the project you had in mind? 4-H can be anything you want it to be, so if you would like to do a project that is not currently being offered by 4-H, our office can help you explore the possibility of starting it through 4-H. Please consider volunteering and starting a project. You will find more information about becoming a 4-H volunteer here.
*Please contact the WSU Extension Office (email@example.com) if your family needs financial assistance in order to cover the cost of enrollment.