4-H & Youth Development

To enroll in 4-H go to: 4h.zsuite.org

Click here for help or call our office at 307-783-0570 during regular business hours. 
If you are unable to call during that time, leave a message and we will be happy to contact you
to set a convenient time.
You can also email us at: 4-H@uintacounty.com or

2020 Achievement Program Summary

Unfortunately, we had to cancel our in person achievement program for the 2019-2020 4-H year. However, we still would like to recognize all of our hard working members, leaders, and
supporters. Below you will find this years' achievement summary. All awards, seals, and record books can be picked up anytime at the Extension Office. We will also be in the Valley Office on November 10th from 9am - 5pm. Additionally, the 4-H store will be available anytime at the Evanston Office, as well as on the 10th at the Valley Office, so you can cash in on your award money! We look forward to making next years' achievement program the best one yet!

Click here to see the summary.

Tax Benefits for 4-H Volunteers

Often times you do not hear thanks enough from the 4-H office for all the time and effort you put into the 4-H program and the kids in Uinta County. So thanks for all you do. For many of us we are in the midst of doing our taxes for the year and here is a great resource that may help you identify the items that you could use as tax deductions.
Follow this link to see the document.

2019 Achievement Award Summary

Click here for 2019 PDF file

Click here for 2018 PDF file

Enrollment Helps

List of projects offered in Uinta County.
Note: Not all projects have leaders, you may be working on the project individually. 
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We will try to add new pictures as events happen through the year so check us out often and see if you can find a picture of YOU! If you do, tag it so we can get our pictures labeled.
Photo showing participants from Uinta County at 2017 Showcase Showdown
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