UGA Extension Office

Youth Development

What is 4-H?

4-H is the youth educational outreach of the UGA Cooperative Extension and University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.  Youth learn important like skills while participating in activities related to AGRICULTURE, CITIZENSHIP, COMMUNICATION, ENVIROMENT, and FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES AND LEADERSHIP.

Who can join 4-H?

Brantley County youth, in grades 4th-12th, can join 4-H at any time of the year.

How much does it cost to join 4-H?

You do not have to pay dues to be a member of 4-H. However, special activities and project clubs may require a fee.


To enroll a child in Brantley County 4-H, please click the link below for the online enrollment form. An enrollment form must be submited each year. 

How to get involved?

Brantley County 4-H staff holds monthly 4-H club meetings for all 4th and 5th graders enrolled in the Brantley County School System.  During these meetings, 4-H'ers begins to learn leadership skills in 4-H and practice building their public speaking skills by presenting demonstrations during their meetings. In addition, 4-H staff led 4-H'ers through a short educational lesson related to Agriculture or Health Lifestyles.

What do we do in 4-H?

In addition to the monthly 4-H club meetings held throughout the county, there are several activities that 4-H'ers can participate in year-round. We have community service activities, project clubs, conferences, trips, contests, summer camp... There is something for everyone in 4-H. 

Project Clubs

Project S.A.F.E.

Horse Club