4-H provides hands-on, real life experiences through projects, activities, and events to youth in Dunn 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 Dunn County or if you are ready to enroll or volunteer, please contact us or complete a request for information.
Spring Creek 4-H Club
Spring Creek Club is in Dunn County with four leaders, eleven members and seven Cloverbuds. They are very active, participating in Community Service Projects, Livestock Judging, Consumer Choices, County Achievement Days and the ND State Fair. Their meetings are held once a month in the evening at the County Building Basement Meeting Room in Killdeer.
Crooked Knife 4-H Club
Crooked Knife Club is another valuable club in Dunn County with four Leaders, twenty six Members and three Cloverbuds. This club has also been active in Community Service Projects, Livestock Judging, Dunn County Achievement Days and the ND State Fair. Their meetings are held once a month at the Dukart Home in Manning.
Prairie Travelers 4- H Club
Prairie Travelers is another valuable club in Dunn County with three Leaders, eleven members and no cloverbuds. With meetings held at the southeast corner of the county. These members and leaders have been active in Community Service Projects, Dunn County Achievement Days and the ND State Fair.
Halliday Wildfire Mustangs
Wildfire Mustangs are the newest club that was started in 2016. With two leaders, nine members, and two Cloverbuds. These members and leaders have been active in Community Service Projects, Dunn County Achievement Days and the ND State Fair. The Leaders have been involved in 4-H Council, Horse Camps and the Dunn, County Achievement Days.
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.
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