State & National 4-H

Wisconsin 4-H Website

The Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development Program website can be found at

International Opportunities

Details for 4-H International travel opportunities for both adult advisors and youth can be found at

Co-Branding & 4-H Merchandise

When creating promotional materials or ordering new t-shirts for your club, remember to use co-branded logos. The 4-H clover should appear with the UW-Madison Division of Extension logo on all printed materials including banners and clothing. Please see for further info and logos you can use.

Looking for 4-H project information, 4-H essentials, 4-H apparel, 4-H pins, 4-H trophies and more? Simply visit Each purchase helps support 4-H!
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Community Partners

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JOANN proudly supports 4-H and all who volunteer to cultivate the next generation of leaders. They are helping 4-H bring more hands-on programs to local communities across the nation to inspire kids to lead lives with their hearts, hands and minds. Many JOANN team members are 4-H alumni, and wish to inspire kids to learn by doing, creating and making. JOANN helps 4-H and its many community-related programs, though product donation and discount programs for current members, parents of members, volunteers, alumni and 4-H staff.

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Community Partner Links

Wisconsin State Fair
Rock County 4-H Fair

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