Volunteering

Success of Tooele Extension programs depends on volunteer service. You may volunteer in any of the extension areas to strengthen your community.

Youth Development:

Make a difference in the life of local youth by sharing your time and talents. Become a 4-H youth volunteer by assisting in existing 4-H clubs or start your own 4-H club. The clubs in place are livestock, horse, shooting sports, sewing cooking, computer, poultry, insects, and many more.  Contact the USU Extension Office at 277-2401 or email stephen.sagers@usu.edu .

Agriculture:

Get involved in agriculture/natural resource research projects, workshops, tours, and farm field days. To volunteer contact Linden Greenhalgh at 277-2407or email linden.greenhalgh@usu.edu.

Horticulture:

If you enjoy gardening come join the Master Gardener Organization. Master Gardeners server this community by teaching gardening classes, answering gardening questions and helping with community gardens. For more information visit the Master Gardener page.

Family Consumer Sciences:

Utah State University Extension offers a variety of workshops and classes.  These provide many opportunities for volunteers to become involved. These volunteers augment the success of these programs.  Come and get involved in planning and delivering valuable programs to the people of Tooele County. Call Darlene Christensen, Family and Consumer Science Agent, at 277-2406, or email darlene.christensen@usu.edu.