4-H provides hands-on, real life experiences through projects, activities, and events to youth in Bowman County. Use the links below to learn about the North Dakota 4-H Youth Development program, 4-H Camp, and the 4-H Foundation.
Most 4-H events and activities are organized by local 4-H clubs with the help of staff from NDSU Extension County Offices. If you'd like to learn more about 4-H in Bowman County or if you are ready to enroll or volunteer, please contact us or complete a request for information.
Live Wire 4-H is a club of energetic kids, mainly focused on livestock but do many projects ranging in interests. We like to do community service projects and help those in need.
Leader: Misty Steeke - 701-279-6859
Range riders 4-H Club is a "Diversified Club" which generally deals with all species of livestock. The members are very active in judging competitions and county activities. While their main focus is livestock, they also take time for static exhibits as well.
Leader: Christine Peterson - 701-523-4305
The River Ramblers 4-H club is comprised of youth from all over the county. They focus on many project areas and do a few club projects. Their club activities include several service projects.
Leaders: Cory & Kristi Blaser - 701-523-3030
Most of the Ace High Club are involved with livestock. They enjoy doing community service and different activities making 4-H a lot of fun while learning new things.
Stampeding Lads & Lassies
Leader: Jennifer Pond - 701-523-2238
Stampeding Lads & Lassies is a small group! We love animals and horses are our main focus, but work in all species at fair time!
Leader: Tyann Hauso - 701-279-6793
Country Clovers is growing in membership and has a very diversified age group. They do many fun, hands on projects, demonstrations and have visited many unique places.
If you would like more information about any club please contact a leader or the Bowman County Extension Office. 701-523-5271 - email@example.com
If you are already a 4-H member, family, or volunteer, we have a lot of resources for you.
You can access most forms, documents, and other resources using the links below.
1230 Albrecht Blvd, Fargo ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 7520, PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050
North Dakota State University is distinctive as a student-focused, land-grant, research university. NDSU Agricultural Affairs educates students with interests in agriculture, food systems and natural resources; fosters communities through partnerships that educate the public; provides creative, cost-effective solutions to current problems; and pursues fundamental and applied research to help shape a better world.