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

4-H is the largest youth organization in the world, & YOU can be a part of it!

Vision: Preparing Iowa’s youth to be successful, contributing members of society.
Mission: 4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential through youth-adult partnerships and research-based experiences.
Values: Iowa 4-H youth and adults value

  • youth as powerful members of society
  • youth and adults as caring partners
  • learning as a lifelong commitment
  • diversity and social conscience
  • doing our best and making it better

Learn more about 4-H, and how to be a member
Or call (712) 374-2351

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Join 4-H!

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 strong leaders, become engaged in their communities, and use science and technology to make good decisions for not only their future, but their community and world's future.

Why 4-H?

4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults. Membership in a 4-H club provides youth opportunities to develop skills and meaningful relationships they will carry with them throughout their lives. 4-H clubs participate in programming in these four program priority areas:

  • Healthy Living
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
  • Citizenship and Leadership
  • Communication and the Arts

4-H Projects

The opportunities and project areas are endless with 4-H! Not interested in livestock? Not a problem! With projects such as photography, visual arts, welding, woodworking, robotics, clothing, food and nutrition, there's something for everyone!

For a full list of project areas, please visit the 4-H Youth Development page for an in-depth look at project areas learning and exhibit ideas!

Interested in Joining 4-H in Fremont County?

Our 4-H Year runs September through August. New members can join any time throughout the year! 

Youth in Grades 4-12 can join one of our traditional or special interest 4-H clubs. 

Click here for a list of Fremont County 4-H Clubs. Need help finding the one that's right for you? Give us a call at 712-374-2351 and we can help!

Youth in Grades K-3 can start their 4-H experience by joining a Clover Kids Group.

Learn more about Clover Kids here! 

Online Enrollment for the 2023-24 4-H Year opens September 1st! To get to the 4-H Online 2.0 login site visit:

If it is your first time enrolling in 4-H select the “Don’t have an account” button to create an account. The system will walk you through setting up a new account. Please make sure to enter an active email address as we will use this to communicate important updates throughout the year!

Re-enrolling families will use the same email/username and password as before. It is okay to select the “reset password” option if you do not remember your password. Please do not create a new account if you were a member last year. All re-enrolling members are encouraged to enroll by November 1 so we have accurate club data and updated contact information. Non-re-enrolling members will stop getting the newsletter and other important communications in January, so make sure to re-enroll early!