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The 4-H program reaches out to kids and their families to build skill for life.  4-H has a hundred different hands-on projects to offer.

Interested in joining 4-H? Click on the 4-H Clover and discover the benefits of becoming a member or a volunteer.

Randy Williams, Lincoln/Adams 4-H Program Coordinator,

Lincoln County Extension

Office Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-4pm
Office Phone: 509-725-5161

Don Llewellyn, Extension County Director

Dawn Canfield, Office Manager

Adams County Extension

Office Hours:
Office Phone: 509-659-3209

Aaron Esser, Extension Educator,

Julie Hartz, Extension Program Assistant Lincoln-Adams County

As Washington State’s Land Grant University, Washington State University (WSU) Extension in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) provides oversight of the Washington State 4-H Youth Development Program. WSU Extension is charged with providing positive youth development expertise and resources in research and evaluation, professional development, learning, and engagement to young people and adults throughout Washington’s 39 counties, tribal nations, cities, and towns. Faculty and staff guide dynamic, non-formal, educational program delivery, and engage adult volunteers who serve as club or project leaders or sit on committees and boards.