4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H is education for life that uses a learn-by-doing approach.

Active in all 93 counties and at 4h.unl.edu

Hall County 4-H

We would love to have you join the 4-H community in Hall County!  For more information on what 4-H has to offer, check out our 4-H welcome packet (pdf).

Looking for a fun adventure this summer? Consider attending 4-H Camp! Camp is a great place to meet new friends, try something for the first time, and build memories to last a lifetime!

To explore all of the camp sessions offered this year, go to: https://4h.unl.edu/camp. Camps are offered for youth ages 8-18. There is something for everyone!

Check out the latest edition of UNL Poultry Newsletter (pdf), including upcoming events, information & more!

UNL Chick Days will be held on March 25, 2023 at the Animal Science Building in Lincoln. Chick Days is an annual educational event for small and back-yard poultry producers and youth to learn more about the poultry industry. Go to animalscience.unl.edu/2023-chick-days for full details.

Enjoy these hands-on 4-H activities @ home with your family!

Make homemade bath fizzies, learn all about birds, watch baby chicks hatch, learn about starting your own business, play bicycle safety Kahoot, and more!

Bitmoji Classrooms are sweeping the nation with their engaging digital content. Nebraska 4-H jumped into the Bitmoji Classroom craze and developed Check the DECK! (Digital Engagement Classroom Kits). By creating technology-based digital experiences, and utilizing relevant educational resources, youth engagement and learning excelled to new heights.      

Mobile iGrow Educational displays have been making the rounds to Hall County elementary schools!  Each interactive display includes a teaching guide, hands-on activities, and an iGrow activity worksheet, targeting elementary students.

The displays are like a “mini-field trip at the school” reported one teacher. Focused on Nebraska school standards in math, social studies, and STEM, the displays increase students’ knowledge of where our food comes from, careers, and how agriculture is important in our everyday lives.