Welcome to Hunt County 4-H

Since 4‑H began more than 100 years ago, it has become the nation’s largest youth development organization. The 4‑H idea is simple: help young people and their families gain the skills needed to be proactive forces in their communities and develop ideas for a more innovative economy.

Please check back regularly! We are in the process of updating this page and adding new information daily.  This page will be one easy location that provides dates, links, and valuable information with just a few clicks.

Please like the Hunt County 4-H Facebook page for additional county wide information.

For information on Hunt County 4-H Clubs, please click here.

For information on Current Hunt County 4-H Projects, please click here.

For weekly Hunt County 4-H Newsletters, please click 4-H Newsletters.

We look forward to hearing from you!


National 4-H Week

Quality Counts Update


Event Links

Meetings, Livestock Shows, Clinics, Trainings & More!

Majors Livestock Show Information

18-19 Texas Photography Contests

18-19 Texas 4-H Food Challenge

18-19 Texas 4-H Food Show

Scholarship Opportunities

Texas 4-H Livestock Ambassador Program

Texas 4-H Equine Ambassador Program

Texas 4-H Fashion & Interior Design Ambassador Program

Texas 4-H Water Ambassador Program

Texas 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassador Program

Club Manager Resources

4-H Resources

Texas 4-H

Texas 4-H is like a club for kids and teens ages 5-18, and it’s BIG! It’s the largest youth development program in Texas with more than 550,000 youth each year. No matter where you live or what you like to do, Texas 4-H has something that lets you be a better you!

You may think 4-H is only for your friends with animals, but it’s so much more! You can do activities like shooting sports, food science, healthy living, robotics, fashion, and photography.

Look for 4-H clubs at your school, an after-school program, a community center, or even on base or through the reserves for military families.

Texas 4-H is part of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas A&M System. Founded in 1908, 4-H is the largest youth development program in Texas, reaching more than 550,000 youth each year.


In 4-H, the activities are organized by topics and called ‘projects.’ All 4-H members must be enrolled in at least one project. When you choose a project, you will learn everything there is to know about that topic. You will participate in various hands-on activities, learn new skills, do community service, or even make speeches about your project. Browse the list of projects to see what you would like to do.

How to choose your 4-H project:

  • Select a project you like.
  • Select a project that can be completed.
  • Consider the money and time it will take. Can parents/guardians help?
  • Consider the space and equipment that you have at home.
  • A 4-H project should be fun, serve a purpose, and be worth the effort.
  • Select only the number of projects you can complete.
  • Contact your local county club to see which projects are offered where you live.

Check out the list of projects to see what looks fun to you.

How to join 4-H

Join for $25 or less! Texas 4-H is for kids of almost any age – grades K-2 can be in Clover Kids. From 3rd-12th grades, you can be in 4-H. Your local county office will know what is available where you live. Start registration now and someone will contact you with more info!

4-H Enrollment

Enrollment Instructions

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