Open to all youth ages 5–18, the Nebraska Extension 4-H youth development program emphasizes: 4-H science, citizenship and leadership, agricultural literacy, career development, college readiness and healthy lifestyles. Lancaster County 4-H is a partnership between the Lancaster County government and Nebraska Extension.About Lancaster County 4-H
The flagship of 4-H is the traditional club program where youth receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on leadership roles. Clubs have regular meetings and most clubs learn at least one project together. Independent members learn at their own pace.
- Club & Member Resources
- Enrollment Information
- Clover Kids (ages 5-7)
- Static Exhibit & Other Project Resources
- Horse Project Resources
- Livestock & Poultry Project Resources
- Companion Animal Project Resources
- 4-H Teen Council
- 4-H Council
- Community Service
- Clover College
- Awards & Scholarships
- Spotlight on 4-H Newsletter
Most 4-H youth choose to showcase their completed 4-H projects at fair. The Lancaster County Super Fair has the largest county fair 4-H static exhibit display and 4-H horse show in Nebraska.
Lancaster County schools have integrated 4-H School Enrichment programs in their classrooms. These programs meet Lincoln Public Schools, Nebraska State and/or national education standards.
Lancaster County 4-H increases the quality and quantity of out-of-school programs by combining 4-H resources with community-based organizations and offering high-quality education and development experiences.
- 4-H Opportunities Afterschool/Out-of-School Sites
- Trash to Treasure
- Lancaster County Super Fair Presentations
- Well Connected Communities
Nebraska 4-H camps provide all youth a place to discover, learn and grow!