4-H is the youth development part of UW-Madison Division of Extension. Juneau County youth and adults learn together to think clearly and make decisions, to care about others, to develop skills for living, and to practice healthy lifestyles. Education happens through 4-H projects, group programs, fun activities, and in-depth learning experiences. 4-H youth and adult volunteers work to improve their individual lives and communities in which they live.
Your 4-H Youth Development Staff supports the Juneau County 4-H program through:
- Program planning, teaching and evaluation
- The development of effective 4-H units, committees, boards and advisory groups
- Volunteer leadership development
- The adaptation of 4-H programs to meet the individual needs of families and communities
- The development of partnerships with other youth-serving agencies and organizations
For more information, visit the Wisconsin 4-H site.
Here are historical interviews with past 4-H participants:
James W. Crowley Award
Juneau County Fair Grievance Procedure for Beef Members