4-H is a youth development program of K-State Research and Extension. In Grant County, in addition to the four active community clubs, the 4-H program has an extensive school enrichment program and reaches virtually every elementary and middle school class in the local school system. It also encourages community involvement and develops the leadership skills of older youth through involvement in several activities including the 4-H Ambassadors program and Leadership project.
Now is the time to be thinking about camps and livestock shows! Be sure to check the Facebook Page and the Clover Clips Newsletter for dates and deadlines!
State Livestock Shows & Information
Livestock Showmanship & More
- Agrimania! Have fun learning about livestock!
- Videos and More Information
- Breeds of Livestock
- Showmanship Publications
Grant County 4-H Foundation
The Grant County 4-H Foundation is a fund formed to support the 4-H program and 4-H members in the county as they take part in educational events and activities. The development fund was established in 2012. It is managed by the Grant County Community Foundation.
There are several options to donate. First of all the Grant County Community Foundation annually sponsors Grant County Gives typically around the first week of November. At this time all donations to the fund will be matched! For information on that go to the Grant Co. Community Foundation website http://www.grantccf.org/ . In addition, a donation in memory of a friend or loved one can be made to the Grant County 4-H Foundation. Donations can be given at any time throughout the year either online or by check.
Any contribution, regardless of the amount, would be very much appreciated!
If you would like to donate, or would like more information, contact the Grant County Extension office. We are located at 1100 West Patterson in Ulysses and can be reached at 620-356-1721.