Kids. The Question People.
- Who can I hang out with?
- What's there to eat?
- Where am I allowed to go?
- When will it be my turn?
- Why do I have to be older?
- How am I supposed to learn new things?
- Can you show me how?
- Will this be fun?
- Does it cost much money?
- Can I help?
4-H. The Answer People.
These days, 4-H'ers across the nation are responding to challenges every day in their communities and their world. With an expansive network reaching every corner of the U.S., 4-H is the nation's largest youth development organization. More than six million 4-H'ers in urban neighborhoods, suburban schoolyards, and rural farming communities stand out among their peers: they are building revolutionary opportunities and implementing community-wide change at an early age. Here in New Mexico, more than 70,000 youth participate in 4-H! Click here for more background on how 4-H works.
The Bernalillo County 4-H program supports the development of youth and their adult leaders/teachers by providing curricula on Science, Healthy Living, and Citizenship topics for youth ages 5-19 that can be delivered through:
All 4-H projects support three core topic areas covering more than 200 projects and curriculum kits.
Learn more about 4-H Projects...
4-H Clubs in Bernalillo County
There are approximately 15-20 clubs in our county each year, totaling approximately 350 traditional 4-H members. 4-H clubs vary in participation and project interests or focuses. Many are general 4-H clubs, which means the club and members participate in a variety of projects and activities. Other clubs are more focused on projects such as livestock, rodeo, or horse.
- To participate in the current 4-H program year youth must be enrolled by May 1
- Registration for next year's program will open on October 1
To learn more about 4-H Clubs in Bernalillo County, click here!
Check out our new 4-H Program brochure!