4-H provides hands-on, real life experiences through projects, activities, and events to youth in Morton 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 Morton County or if you are ready to enroll or volunteer, please contact us or complete a request for information.
The purpose of a 4-H Club is to provide positive youth development opportunities to meet the needs of young people to experience belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity. Joining a club is the primary way for youth to get involved in 4-H.
Morton County Clubs
Branders of the Future, New Salem
Calico Kids, Almont
Chimney Butte Ranchers, Mandan
Crown Butte Wranglers
Dakota Guys & Gals, Bismarck
Dakota Trails, Bismarck
Falling Stars, Mandan
Go-Getters, St. Anthony
Good Times Ranch, Mandan
Hay Creek Kids, Bismarck
Missouri Valley Bunch, Mandan
Riders of the Future, New Salem
Roaming Riders, Bismarck
Rowdy Ranchers, Flasher
West Curlew 22, Glen Ullin
Willing Workers, New Salem
Contact the NDSU Extension/Morton County office for club contact information at 701.667.3340. Contact us
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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Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 7520, PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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