Welcome to the Warren County 4-H Homepage, where you can keep up to date on county and state events as well as find resources you need to have fun in 4-H.
Hey kids! Did you know you can join 4-H any time of year? Click on the CLUBS tab and find out about clubs in your area!
What We Do
4-H is for youth in grades K-13th (one year out of high school). Youth join clubs led by volunteer leaders who teach them about different ‘project areas’ that they are interested in. Projects can be just about anything! Some kids learn about horses or other animals, agriculture, plants, some about leadership. Families can even raise a puppy to help blind people!
Clubs usually meet once a month for about 1-2 hours, depending on what project they are working on.
Parents: Is Your Child Wild about Animals?
4-H teaches responsibility, life skills, sportsmanship, and scientific principles just to name a few areas all centered around the animals that they love best! Learn more about what resources and events are available in your child’s “animal of choice.”
Youth who maintain member in good standing status are eligible to participate in state 4-H events AND county awards at the end of the 4-H year! To be a member in good standing in Warren County 4-H, a 4-H member must:
- Attend 70% of their club meetings
- Participate in the Annual Farmers’ Fair held in the summer
- Complete a project record book (due mid September every year) for their project area
- Give a judged county or state public presentation on a topic YOU pick
- Participate in a 4-H sponsored community service project by your club or the county program
Warren County 4-H Youth Development is a program of the Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
with funding through: