Join 4-H

Embark on an exhilarating journey with 4-H, a global program captivating the hearts of nearly 6 million young people! Youth can experience 4-H through school and community clubs, in-school and after-school programs, and 4-H camps. 4-H programming focuses on the following program project areas: Agriculture and Natural Resources, Communication and the Arts, Healthy Living, Leadership and Civic Engagement, and STEM. 4-H welcomes youth from various backgrounds and passions in grades K-12 - Clover Kids (grades K-3) and 4-H Clubs (grades 4-12).

Enrolling in your county's 4-H program may involve an enrollment fee. Please contact your local County Extension Office to find out more. Financial assistance for individual enrollment fees is available through the Iowa 4-H Foundation.

Ready to start your 4-H adventure? Fill out our interest form below or contact your local County Extension Office to learn more about the endless 4-H opportunities.

Interest Form

What is 4-H?

4-H is a community of 6 million young people across the world who are learning how to live healthily, be leaders, become engaged in their communities, and use science and technology to make good decisions for their future and their communities’ future. 

Contact the office at, call us at (641) 743-8412.

Independent Measurement

Please choose any of the following links for detailed information on INDEPENDENT MEMBERSHIPS. If you have further questions, please contact the Adair County Extension Office at 641-743-8412.

Adair County 4-H Clubs

  • Adair County Hot Shots (shooting sports) - meet in Greenfield
  • Adair County Wing Walkers - meet in Greenfield
  • Jeffereson Pioneers - meet in Stuart
  • NV Champions - meet in Greenfield
  • Orient Bulldogs - meet in Orient
  • Richland Royals - meet in Orient
  • Summerset Citizens - meet in Fontanelle
  • Summit Superstars - meet in Adair
  • Washington Stars - meet in Bridgewater