The 4-H Resources page is meant to provide a sort of “one-stop-shop” for all the resources, forms, and documents related to 4-H programs. The items are listed in alphabetical order based on category. Simply find the category you are looking for and click on the green drop down box. If you are looking for something that is not listed, the link has been disabled, or you find an outdated form, please contact the Extension Dunn County Office at 715-232-1636.
Enrollment for the 2021-2022 year will start on September 1st! Access 4-H Online Here!
Enrollment Guide for new and returning families.
- Check out the Wisconsin 4-H Project Page for more information.
- The Project Guide is a list of all projects offered in Dunn County.
- How to add projects after your enrollment is approved.
Dunn, Clark & Eau Claire County 4-H Summer Camp Dates: June 7-10, 2023
For information about camp, visit Clark County’s Camp Page
Camp counselor training will be a combination of Zoom and in person trainings. Two of the in person trainings are the dates below (May dates are an overnight training):
- Saturday, May 6, 2023
- Sunday, May 7, 2023
- Tuesday, June 6, 2023
For additional ideas on how to raise money, see the 4-H Fundraising Ideas Packet.
Please visit the Horse Page for all the information you need!
Please visit the Adult Leader page for all the information you need!
UW-Extension’s Local Government Center recently produced a series of brief videos that offer guidance on four critical and sometimes confusing topics related to parliamentary procedure including:
Posted on the Center’s YouTube page, these videos are not intended to be of high production value, but were developed in-house using a basic video camera. They feature Dan Hill (recently retired Local Government Specialist) and Larry Larmer (Local Government Center Outreach Specialist), experienced experts in teaching and practicing parliamentary procedure in Wisconsin as well as other Center Specialists and support staff serving as actors. Each video highlights the issue, offers background on why the issue may present itself and demonstrates the proper ways to address that issue within the context of a formal meeting. These videos were developed by the Local Government Center’s three partner organizations including the Wisconsin Counties Association, the League of Wisconsin Municipalities and the Wisconsin Towns Association to have something brief that could be shared with boards, councils or organizational leadership during a typical meeting of the body.
Videos range in duration from 4-6 minutes.
Check out our Record Books Page!
2023 Dunn County 4-H Shooting Sports Program
The Dunn County Shooting Sports Program is set to take place in April. The Program is open to any Dunn County youth enrolled in a Dunn County 4-H Club. The following Shooting Sports Disciplines will be offered this year:
- Archery & Air Rifle — Youth from 3rd grade through 1 year following high school.
- Shotgun – youth must be at least 12 years old and have received their Hunter Safety Certification.
For the 2023 season, the fee is $20 per youth, maximum of $40 per family regardless of the number of children.
Instructional dates for this season will be; Sunday, April 2, 16, and 23 at 1:00 PM. The end of season fair shoot is scheduled for Saturday, April 29 at 11:00 AM.
Additional information can be found on the Dunn County 4-H Shooting Sports Program Information sheet
2021 Small Animal Project Forms
The 2023 4-H Tri-County Performing Arts Festival will be held on Saturday February 25th at Elk Mound High School. (location to be confirmed)
Visit the Wisconsin 4-H Page to learn more about Statewide Events and Opportunities!
The Dunn County Leaders Council is excited to help fund your 4-H trip or activity!
Please fill out this google form with member and contact information and estimated trip costs. This information will be shared with the Leaders Council and you will be contacted with funding information.
The Dunn County Leaders Council is committed to funding 10% of all state and national trips and activities. The Leaders Council may fund at greater amounts depending on number of participants and budgetary allowances.
Funding for families experiencing financial need is also available through the Youth Support Fund.
- Fulfilling Your Obligation as a Mandatory Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect Brochure
- Where to find 4HOnline Mandated Reporter Training For 4-H Volunteers
- WI 4-H Youth Development Policies
- Division of Extension Volunteer Behavior Expectations
- Risk Management Checklist
- 4-H Volunteer Non Employee Injury Incident Cover Sheet
- Accident/Injury Incident Report (word) / Accident/Injury Incident Report (pdf)
- Chaperone Expectation Statement
- Crime Stoppers Letter
What is Youth Activities Council?
Youth Activities Council is a group of Dunn County 4-H members who get together and do community service and social activities. The group is formerly known as the Dunn County 4-H Teen Leaders.
Who Can Join? How do I Join?
Anyone in 6th grade or above! It’s really easy to join— just come to a meeting or an event and you’re a part of the Youth Activities Council! Youth Activities Council has regular meetings once a month at Community Services Building in Menomonie. Call our office to find meeting details.
Do I have to come to every monthly meeting and event?
No! You can participate in as much or as little as you would like! The Youth Activities Council is just a fun way to get involved in the community and get to know other 4-Hers outside of your club.
Stay Updated with the Dunn County 4-H program on Facebook!
If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development, please contact:
Extension Dunn County
3001 US Hwy 12 E, Suite 216
Menomonie, WI 54751