4-H Youth Development
4-H is the largest youth organization worldwide, reaching all 50 states and 80 countries.
Members have fun and make new friends while gaining leadership, citizenship and useful life skills through a wide variety of projects.
Skilled, caring adult volunteer leaders provide guidance and ensure a safe learning environment.
We invite you to become a member of the 4-H family. View the latest Teton County Rules for 4-H Families (PDF), the 4-H Family Handbook (PDF) and Idaho 4-H Policies and Procedures to get started. Stay tuned for 2018-19 updates.
Teton County 4-H Latest Newsletter
Download and read the latest Teton County 4-H newsletter for upcoming announcements and deadlines: November-December 2018 (PDF)
Alpine 4-H Camp
All Teton County youth, especially our 4-H Club participants, are encouraged to attend our annual camp each June in Alpine, Wyoming. Applications to attend camp are typically due in early June. View our latest Teton County 4-H Camp letter and information (PDF) to get started.
4-H is open year-round to youth ages 5 to 18 without regard to race, creed, gender, marital status, handicaps or disadvantages, economic or ethnic backgrounds.
Participants ages 8 to 18 are eligible for all 4-H programs, including competitive activities and events. Ages 5 to 7 are eligible to participate in Cloverbuds.
Individuals older than 18 who have special needs are eligible if they are still enrolled in high school.
4-H age is the age of the individual on Jan. 1 of the current 4-H year (which runs from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30).
Individuals can enroll at any time, but are encouraged to enroll between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 so they can fully participate in all activities and events for that year.
The following information provides step-by-step instructions on how to enroll (or re-enroll) in our 4-H program, along with a link to the local 4HOnline portal.
There is a nominal annual fee that helps cover the cost of project curriculum, accident insurance, resource materials, related mailings and state participation fees. On Jan. 1, fees increase by $10. Cash or checks can be made out to: Teton County, 235 S. 5th St. E., Driggs, ID, 83422 (post-marked before Jan. 1).
- Cloverbuds: $15 until Jan. 1, $25 on or after Jan. 1
- Regular members: $20 until Jan. 1, $30 on or after Jan. 1
- Animal members: $25 until Jan. 1, $30 on or after Jan. 1
While the 4-H program focuses on helping youth and adults gain valuable life skills through active involvement in citizenship, leadership and project-related involvement at all levels, the following options provide incentives that encourage youth and adults to excel.
- Distinguished Service Award (DSA)
- Leader of the Year
- Idaho Key Award
- Outstanding Club Award
- Outstanding Member Award
4-H Program Coordinator