Coronavirus: In-Person Changes
- University of Idaho Extension follows state and county guidelines for when our offices can be open to the public. Please contact your county office to ask about open hours. Contact information can be found under Our People in the menu or the page’s contact area.
- Service to clientele will continue through phone calls, emails, websites, social media and other appropriate means.
- Plan for epidemics and other emergencies
- Faculty, staff, students: see U of I's coronavirus response page
Participants in 4-H shooting sports programs learn the safe, appropriate and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment while gaining marksmanship skills.
The shooting sports program also helps young people learn life skills, build self-worth, strengthen conservation ethics and become more effective environmental stewards.
Shooting sports program participants must enroll through 4HOnline and be ages 8 to 18 as of Jan. 1 of the current 4-H program year. Requirements for each discipline can be found on the project pages below. Volunteer instructors must be certified in each project discipline(s) they teach. See the Idaho 4-H Shooting Sports Rules (PDF) for specific event details.