What is 4-H?
Many people think 4-H is just for kids who live on farms or those interested in raising and selling animals – but that’s not true! Offering a diverse range of topics and interest areas, 4-H is the largest youth development organization in Michigan. In fact, each year more than 200,000 young people, ages 5-19, explore what interests and excites them as they grow with Michigan 4-H. In program areas ranging from science and technology to clothing and textiles, and so much more, 4-H provides fun, educational opportunities that empower young people with skills to lead for a lifetime and become the foundation for future success.
Learn more about Michigan 4-H.
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What is Antrim County 4-H?
4-H in Antrim County is a collection of clubs where kids engage in hands-on projects like science, agriculture, equestrian, shooting sports, and civic engagement. With existing clubs in Bellaire, Ellsworth, Elk Rapids, Elmira, and Mancelona there is a club near you.
Club Leader Resources (including Enrollment forms)
Antrim County Fair - Market Livestock Project
Educational Event Receipt