Berkeley County 4-H
Want to Join a 4-H Club?
Anyone between the ages of 9 and 21 can join 4-H with a parent or guardian’s permission.
Younger kids, ages 5–7, who are interested in the practices of 4-H can start in
the Cloverbud Program, which focuses more on fun and social activities that set
the stage for future learning.
There are 23 Berkeley County 4-H clubs - Maybe one of them is a club perfect for your family! There is no fee to join 4-H, but there may be fees associated with some projects and events. Enrollment for Berkeley County 4-H begins on October 1 (the beginning of the new 4-H year) and is open year-round.
Due to privacy concerns, the names and email addresses for club leaders are not published. Please get in touch with the Berkeley County office at 304-264-1936 or via email for Club Leader contact information.
Ready to Register & Join 4-H?
The first step is to create an enrollment in our ZSuite website (Think of it as creating a profile before you can order something online). Once the profile is created, the local 4-H office will approve it and you'll be a 4-H Member! If you have any questions while enrolling please visit ZSuite Help & Support or contact our office.
Recent WV 4-H News
Ten My Hands to Larger Service Mini-Grants awarded in 2024
Ten 4-H teen leaders and their teams have pledged their hands to larger service in the coming months as they implement the service projects outlined in their winning mini-grant applications. The West Virginia 4-H All Stars have committed $2,000 to support the ten mini-grants to enhance communities in Berkeley, Harrison, Monongalia, Morgan, Ohio, Preston, Putnam, Raleigh, and Randolph counties.
Cooper Knott and the Scrabble Scramblers 4-H Club in Berkeley County plan to update athletic equipment at the Camp Frame. This facility attracts the tri-county community for year-round social, educational, and recreational gatherings. The basketball hoop and backboard at the facility are broken and need to be replaced for the facility users to enjoy for years to come.
Harrison County 4-H members Hope Woods, Hannah Woods, and Spencer Nolan plan to repurpose old furniture to make a blessing box in their community. Community members can help fill this box with food, warm clothes, hygiene products, and other essentials that those in need can discretely acquire. By repurposing old furniture instead of building a new box, the 4-H members aim to reduce waste and encourage environmental preservation.
2024 My Hands to Larger Service mini-grants available
For several years the West Virginia 4-H All Stars have generously funded to eleven mini-grants for West Virginia 4-H teens/teen leader groups to assist in the planning and completion of a community service project through the My Hands to Larger Service 4-H Project.
West Virginia 4-H Announces 2023 Youth in Action Award Winners
The West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Program announces three young leader in 4-H pillar areas: agriculture, civic engagement, and STEM.