Hello and welcome to the Jackson County 4-H website!
The Jackson County 4-H Program, in 2019, has a total of 219 youth enrolled in the program, 55 adult volunteers, and 15 youth volunteers (youth ages 18 to 20). There is a 4-H Program Coordinator, Sarah Tanis, who helps cooridnate and run the 4-H program in the county. You will see, after checking out our awesome web pages, that Jackson County 4-H has A LOT to offer! Be sure to puruse the website to learn more about 4-H in Jackson County. Below you will find a brief outline of what can be found on our website.
Also, be sure to check out our General 4-H Calendar for Jackson County. This is a rough calendar outline of what you can expect to see during the Jackson County 4-H year. The calendar consists of some deadlines and dates that occur every year, and also of general month timelines for other events or activities so you can have an idea of what to expect in the program and what to plan for. The calendar is linked to our website, so you can find out more information about the topic you are curious about!
What you can find on the Jackson County 4-H Website:
- 4-H Projects
- Forms and Applications
- Record Books
- Youth Travel Opportunities
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to the 4-H Program Coordinator. Please note that the 4-H Program Coordinator role in Jackson County is actually a duel-county role, so you will see that they are the 4-H Program Coordinator for both Jackson and Trempealeau Counties. This often means that email is the best way to reach them as they works in two offices, besides being at events/activities in both counties!