Clubs and Programs
Ada County 4-H offers programs for kids ages 8-18, plus a 4-H Cloverbuds program for kids ages 5-7. From rabbits to robots; food science to fashion design; and archery to photography: there’s a 4-H activity for everyone. Find a club near you to start making friends, learn new skills and be a better you.
4-H offers 30+ clubs in Ada County. Topics range from robotics to rabbits and sewing to swine. Check out our club map or the sections below to learn what 4-H projects you can do.
- Small Animals. In one of our fastest growing project areas, many 4-H members in Ada County complete projects with dogs, cats, chickens, guinea pigs (also known as cavies), rabbits, pygmy goats, hedgehogs and more. In small animal 4-H projects, kids learn how to properly care for their animals and learn how to present their animals in public settings.
- Livestock. We have many active members in 4-H livestock projects. Here in Ada County, livestock includes steers, dairy heifers, sheep, goats, llamas and alpacas. In livestock 4-H projects, kids learn how to properly care for their animals and learn how to present their animals in public settings.
- Horse. In one of our most in-demand programs, there are many interested in 4-H horse projects. Whether that’s working with Mini Horses, building riding skills, or training wild mustangs through our partnership with BLM, kids learn how to properly care for their animals and present their animals in public settings.
Natural Resources & Outdoor Education
- 3-D Printing