4-H provides hands-on, real life experiences through projects, activities, and events to youth in Grant 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 Grant County or if you are ready to enroll or volunteer, please contact us or complete a request for information.
Adult volunteer's leaders play an important role in the 4-H program. The leader will help organize the meetings, lessons and events for the club. Each 4-H club will have an adult leader - the leader might be the organizational or project leader. Here is a listing of clubs in Grant County:
Bulls Eye 4-H Archery Club
Busy Beavers 4-H Club
Cedar River Wranglers 4-H Club
City Slickers 4-H Club
Dakota Kids 4-H Club
Dakota Sky 4-H Club
Das Leipzig Kinder 4-H Club
Pioneer Kids 4-H Club
The Roughriders 4-H Club
Sagebrush Rider 4-H Club
For additional information about 4-H, please contact the Grant County Extension Service at 701-622-3470.
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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