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 family in Hall County!  For more information on what 4-H has to offer, check out our 4-H welcome packet (pdf).

The Hall County 4-H Council is sponsoring a free educational opportunity for parents, volunteers, and community members, on how to keep children safe from the reality of human trafficking, the dangers of social media, and warning signs to look for. This program will be presented by educators from The Set Me Free Project.

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/camps-centers/summer-camp. You may also stop by the Extension office to pick up a 4-H Camp brochure, or call us if you’d like one mailed to you! Camps are offered at two locations in Nebraska for youth ages 5-18. There is something for everyone!

UNMC, Nebraska Extension offer tractor safety course to teens across Nebraska this summer.

Join the Hall County 4-H team!  The Extension Office has an intern position available for summer 2020. We’re looking for college-aged applicants who would enjoy teaching and working with youth, are familiar with Hall County 4-H, have livestock knowledge and background, are energetic, organized and love the fair!  Applications are available here or at the Hall County Extension Office at College Park, 3180 West Hwy 34, Grand Island.

Raising Nebraska is debuting the latest addition to its website in time for the holiday season – recipes. Experience Coordinator Sarah Polak has been collecting the recipes presented at Raising Nebraska during the 2018 and 2019 State Fair for posting on-line. "On-line seemed the best venue for us to share this information. We have so many fairgoers who request the recipes that we frequently run out of paper copies.