4-H Clubs

These 4-H clubs currently are active and enrolled in Clinton County. Club members choose from a variety of 4-H STEM, Healthy Living, and Civic Engagement projects

Adirondack
Critters
We are a 4-H club that does small animals of all sorts, but mainly chickens, sheep and rabbits. We participate in community service events. Saranac

Adirondack Engineers

We are a group of engineers focused on FIRST robotics projects.

Plattsburgh

Chattering Chipmunks

We are a homeschool group dedicated to science, engineering, the arts, and sustainable living. We have subgroups for students interested in learning about robotics, sheep, goats, poultry, and horses. We are open to all interested youth. We meet on Thursday from 2-4 pm.

Countywide

Dusty Bottoms

We are a 4-H horse club that focuses on equine education and community service events.

Peru
Happy Hustlers 

We are one of the oldest 4-H Clubs in Clinton County. We enjoy working on Arts & Crafts, Sewing, Cooking, and learning about Small Animals. We also participate in Community Service.  

Saranac

Milk Dippers

We are a club that was founded around dairy cattle and animal science. Over the years we have incorporated many other livestock species including beef cattle, goats, and rabbits. We also do crafts, community service, and livestock judging. We meet 1-2 times per month.

Chazy

Northern Trail Riders

We are a horse club.

Countywide

Saddle Rascals

We are primarily a horse club. We like to participate in community service events. 

West Chazy

Tangled Reins

We are primarily a horse club, working with members and their horses. We also do art projects, recycling projects. Members enjoy doing community service projects as well.

Champlain/Mooers

Tails & Treats

Tails & Treats is a club of friends who love dogs. We learn about our furry friends, teach them, play with them and help our larger community of dogs.

 Countywide
The Helping Hands Animal science, especially swine and dairy Peru
The Rabbit Den Animal science, especially small animals such as rabbits and cavies.  Keeseville

Contact

Chelsea Denny
Youth Development Educator
clb299@cornell.edu
(518) 561-7450

Last updated March 27, 2020