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    4-H Quarantine Giddy-Up Buckle Challenge

    Itasca County 4-H Horse Club has created a summer challenge to give kids a creative way to learn and demonstrate new skills and lend themselves to service during this strange and challenging time.

    Conservation Club: 4-H Water Watchers

    Curious about nature and the science of water and forests? Sign up for Conservation Club and explore the natural resources right around your home!

    Demonstration Event (2020)

    Here is an opportunity to share what you know and earn a 4-H County placing! (Non-Livestock) Note: Social Distancing Guidelines Apply for Team Categories!

    4-H Healthy Sprouts

    Do you love to garden and want to grow your own food? Are you interested in the science behind plants? Do you want to take a deeper dive into food-related careers? If so, Healthy Sprouts might be just the program for you!

    Itasca County 4-H Animal ID and Ear Tag Process 2020

    Animal ID deadline has been extended to June 1, 2020. New ear tag procedure to follow for Itasca County 4-H.

    New 4-H Resiliency Program Launches in March

    Serving new youth audiences in Itasca County is a never ending quest. New program to launch in March.

    2020 Animal Identification Information

    Due to COVID-19, there are changes to how you receive your animal identification information this year. Find all of the necessary animal ID information here.

    Itasca County 4-H Program Offerings

    Itasca County’s 4-H Program offers a variety of ways for youth to be involved. Youth have the opportunity to choose based on thier interests and age. Youth may also choose to participate in 4-H in more than one program area.

    Federation Minutes - 2019-20

    Federation Meeting Minutes Available Here!

    Save the Date

    Itasca County uses a Google Calendar to keep track of events and meetings.