4-H is a non-profit youth development organization delivered by Extension offices across the United States. Youth complete hands-on projects in areas such as health, science, agriculture, arts, and civic engagement guided by adult mentors. Youth are encouraged to take on leadership roles, developing self confidence and communication skills. 4-H gives youth the opportunity to explore and purse their passions.
Iron County 4-H and Youth Development offers many activities and programs year round. Youth have the option to participate at the club, county, state and national level. Some of the many 4-H activities include:
- Chartered 4-H Clubs
- Iron County Summer Youth Camp
- Iron County Outpost Camp
- SISU Endurance Team Running Club
- SISU Endurance Team TrailBlazers
- SISU Endurance Team XC Ski Club
- Iron County Youth Leadership Council
- State & National Educational Experiences
Click here to view our informational brochure, which shares details about the Iron County 4-H program!
If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development in Iron County, please contact:
4-H Youth Development Educator
Extension Iron County
300 Taconite Street, Suite 118
Hurley, WI 54534