4-H Youth Programs

4-H Mentoring Programs

Upcoming Events

Explore the Possibilities

Other Resources


Shooting Sports

Horsing Around

Embryology in the Classroom

Teen Council News


Achievement & Awards

4-H Mentoring Programs

Please contact me if you have any questions, comments or suggestions.  Thanks!  Spencer (435) 586-8132


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Utah State University Extension
(435) 586-8132


Important note:
4-H activities require registration before youth can attend.

4-H members are youth in 3rd grade and 8 years old as of January 1 of 2014.

4-H Cloverbud members are 5 years old as of January 1, 2014 and can attend select activities accompanied by a parent or guardian.

You can complete your membership online here: https://ut.4honline.com  or visit our office at 585 North Main Street, Cedar City.  Completed applications require both the signature of the parent and youth as well as a $5 fee.   

For the safety of your children please do not leave them at our office without checking them in with an adult in charge of the activity.  Also, be sure to check them out of the activity with an adult in charge.  Thank you.


Iron County 4-H Event

Eventbrite Registration Now Open

Click the orange button below:

Eventbrite - 4-H Cooking Day Camp - Cooking the good stuff

The link above is not 4-H enrollment.  You must first be enrolled in 4-H to participate in any 4-H event. Click the 4honline link to enroll in 4-H for 2013.
You can now register for day camps, horse events, Cloverbuds, and much more.
Events are added regularly so bookmark this page and check back often.  Classes fill up fast and space is limited.

4-H Cloverbuds  

Meet every  4th Wednesday of the month from 4 pm – 5 pm in the Iron County Extension office.

Age Requirements:  Youth age 5 and in Kindergarten as of January 1, 2014 to 3 grade and age 8.
Cost: is $3 per youth plus $5 enrollment fee for new members.

Cloverbuds explore areas of healthy lifestyle, earth/environment, citizenship, plants and animals, consumerism and family science, science and technology, personal development, and community expressive arts.  Come learn with us and the 4-H Teen Council each month.

Registration is required.  Please register at http://ironcounty4-h.eventbrite.com/
(435) 586-8132

Activities include basic 4-H projects including science, cooking, nutrition, team work, agriculture and more!  

Iron County 4-H Events have photo albums of the youth and volunteers.  If you are interested in joining our Shutterfly account please reply to this email with PHOTO in the subject line.  If you have questions please feel free to contact  us.
Do you have an open 4-H Club?  Are you willing to volunteer in an existing 4-H Club?  If so, please let me know so that we might be able to refer new members to your activities and events.
Current members looking for clubs on Horses, Goats, Lambs, Pigs, Robots, Cooking, Sewing, Photography and several others.
Iron County Horse 4-H Utah now has a Facebook group.  If you are interested in finding out more information about activities and events in the 4-H horse community please join our group.  Contact Spencer Kohler to be added to the group.
Enrollment forms must be completed before you start attending club meetings or riding with your 4-H Club.  Bring your enrollment forms completed with your $5 per youth and/or adult for the 2014 year to the Extension office.