4-H Youth Development

Welcome to Humboldt County 4-H Youth Development

4-H pledge

4-H Projects Available in Humboldt County:

  • Ambassador Program
  • Aquatic Science (fishing)
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Baking and Cooking
  • Beef - Breeding and Marketing
  • Cavy
  • Citizenship and Leadership
  • Cloverbuds
  • Cooking
  • Dairy Goats
  • Dog Care and Training
  • Gardening and Horticulture
  • Goats - Breeding and Marketing
  • Horsemanship - Western and English
  • Leathercraft
  • Lego Robotics
  • Photography
  • Poultry
  • Quilting/Sewing
  • Rabbit
  • Science, Engineering and Technology
  • Sheep - Breeding and Marketing
  • Swine - Breeding and Marketing

4-H club programming in Humboldt County covers several project areas that teach leadership, life skills and citizenship. Typical 4-H age for club members range from 9 to 19 years of age; however, many of the clubs accept Cloverbuds, youth ages 5 to 8. Some restrictions apply to Cloverbuds around exhibition and competition.

If you or your children are looking for a quality and fun youth development experience, contact Sharon Barton at Humboldt County Cooperative Extension, 775-623-6304.

4-H Large and Small Animal Rules


4-H Large and Small Animal Declarations


Additional information:


Accessibility:

We are working to make all of our Elko County 4-H materials accessible, but until we do, please contact Sharon Barton, bartons@unce.unr.edu or 775-623-6304, for requests to make a specific publication accessible. We will work to respond to each request in as timely a manner as possible.


Volunteer as a 4-H Leader:

If you would like to share your skills or hobbies with youth, please contact Sharon Barton at 775-623-6304 to find out how to sign up as a 4-H leader.