The mission of Montana and Richland County 4‐H Council is to educate youth and adults for living in a global and ever changing world by using the resources of Land‐Grant Universities and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Montana and Richland County 4‐H Council strives to create environments for positive youth development using four key concepts of positive youth development including belonging, mastery, generosity, and independence. Through educational, learning‐by‐doing projects, club meetings, community service projects, events, and activities ‐ young people and adults work toward enhancing the development of these five LIFE SKILLS:
Decision‐making and responsibility for choices
An inquiring mind and lifelong learning
Relating to self and others
Acquiring a concern for communities‐local and global.
4 -H empowers kids with skills to lead for a lifetime.
The Montana State University Extension Service is an ADA/EO/AA/Veteran’s Preference Employer and Provider of Educational Outreach.