USU Extension Cache County 4-H Office

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4-H Programs in Cache County

Cache Makers: Cache Makers hosts a multitude of volunteer-led youth groups focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Joining Cache Makers 4-H club and signing up for a group is a great way to start learning interesting things, continue learning about something you are already interested in, or meet like-minded individuals. Click here for more information. 

4-H Junior Livestock: Each year over 450 of Cache Valley’s youth participate in the Junior Livestock Program raising market animals for the County Fair. The youth learn essential life skills like responsibility, compassion, and the humane treatment of animals. They learn cooperation, leadership and community service through participation in 4-H clubs or FFA Chapters. Learn more here

Shooting Sports:Cache County 4-H Shooting Sports program is for youth in grades 3-5 (junior), grades 6-8 (intermediate) and grades 9-12 (senior). Instruction and shooting will begin January 18th and will run through April 4th. Youth must enroll in 4-H and pay the registration fee.

4-H Dog Club:The 4-H dog program helps youth, aged 8-18 together to teach dog obedience, showmanship, agility, grooming and basic care of pets.  The club is also host fo the annual dog show at the Cache County Fair. Click here for more information.

Horse 4-H Program:The Horse Program trains young riders to become competent and competitive with all different styles of horseback riding, including English and Western. Come get involved with this vibrant community of horse riding enthusiasts. Learn more here