4-H is a leader in developing Idaho’s youth to become responsible, productive citizens – meeting the changing needs of a diverse society. 4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential through working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
To learn more about 4-H, visit the 4-H official website. Follow Ada County 4-H on Facebook and Blogspot.
4-H is the largest youth organization in the world! It is supported by the extension system and caring adult volunteers who teach youth life skills through clubs and projects. If you are interested in joining 4-H, please complete the 4-H Interest Form.
4-H Horse Projects are developed to teach youth principals of equine science. Within their project, youth can learn about the up-to-date industry standards of sound breeding, feeding and management practices, and practice correct and safe riding and handling techniques.
4-H Livestock Projects are developed to teach youth principals of animal science. With each project, youth can learn about the up-to-date industry standards of sound breeding, feeding and management practices
Browse our forms for more information. We have registration forms, enrollment forms, award forms and newsletters.
4-H has many events and activities throughout the year. Registration forms are available for various events and activities such as day camps, overnight camps, fun matches and more.
Teens in 4-H have many opportunities to participate outside of the county. Teens attend statewide and national events where they develop their leadership skills and serve as role models for younger youth.