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COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed, or canceled. Effective March 16, 2020, WSU Extension county offices and WSU Research & Extension Centers will be closed to the public. We are available via email, phone, and webconference.

Join 4-H

Enroll in 4-H as a Youth Member

To join a club in Wahkiakum County, please contact the WSU Wahkiakum County Extension office at (360) 795-3278 to get started.

Current 4-H Clubs in Wahkiakum County

Club Name Projects Accepting New Members Meeting Information Meeting Location Social Media Leader Contact Information
Wahkiakum Robotics and Coding (which includes Scratch and Minecraft ) Robotics Yes Varies, but often on Friday from 2pm to 5pm Wahkiakum HS computer room and on Zoom No Ron Wright Call the 4-H office for more information
Sugar & Spice Food Preservation, Foods, Creative Arts, Beef, Clothing, and other projects youth are interested in for the year. Yes Traditionally each Wednesday after school until 5:00 Naselle Lutheran Church parsonage No Carol Ervest Email:

Phone:  360-465-2275

Blalock Family Farm Sewing , Knitting, Sheep, Poultry, Garden, Nutrition, Baking, Creative Arts (Paint, photography), Drones and Robotics. Yes TBD Family Farm No Joe Blalock Call the 4-H office for more information
The Farmers Handwork, Sewing, Cooking, Food Preservation, Gardening, Poultry….. Yes Second Saturday of the month (usually) – more often in June/July Leader’s home OR Puget Island Fire Hall No Deb Gribskov Email: 

Phone: 360-747-3665

The 4-H Year Starts in October!

The 4-H year begins in October, and new members and leaders are accepted throughout the year. Please call the extension office at (360) 795-3278 to request more information about 4-H, and to locate clubs by area of the county or area of interest.

Membership Eligibility

Membership is open to anyone age 5 and in kindergarten through 12th grade4-H girl gardening for most programs. Contact Carrie Backman, 4-H Educator, at WSU Wahkiakum County Extension.  She will connect you with open clubs and other 4-H opportunities depending on your age and interests.  For teen programs, contact Lisa Frink, program coordinator, to learn more about local projects and statewide teen camps and leadership opportunities.  Please contact them at the contact information below.  You can also drop by the office at 25 River Street, Suite E in Cathlamet, Monday through Wednesday 9 am to 3 pm.

Check out the the Leader & Volunteer page to learn how to apply to be a 4-H Volunteer or Leader.