4-H Local Clubs and Related Information


Ashland County 4-H Program

 Enroll online at: wi.4honline.com


To learn more about 4-H in Wisconsin check out the state 4-H website.  If you want to know how to join Ashland County 4-H please enroll online and contact Doug Liphart, UW-Extension Ashland County 4-H Youth Development Educator for more information on 4-H clubs in your area at 715-682-7017 and/or email Doug at doug.liphart@wisc.edu

Ashland County 4-H Club Directory 1-2019

Club Name

Location

Club Emphasis

Contact Person

Phone

E-mail

Brunswillow Busy Beavers Marengo Traditional Jennifer Nortunen 278-3831  See PDF above

4-H CANSKI

Bi-county Cross country skiing Doug Liphart 682-7017 See 4-H CANSKI for more information

Archery Project

Bi-county Archery Mitch Tromberg  431-0169  See PDF above

Outdoor Adventure

County wide Adventures and the outdoors! Alan & Nicole Brew 746-2224  See PDF above

Pearce
Peppers

Town of Gingles area Traditional and large animal husbandry /beef projects Gina Pearce 682-3742  See PDF above

Kero Kampers

Mellen Traditional Elizabeth Zwetow
730-0542  See PDF above

Strategic Resource Interaction

Traditional Vacant
 See PDF above

Rezberries

Odanah Rezberries Brochure Liz Wabindato 630-8672   See PDF above

 Market Sale Club

White River Town Hall Animals Gina Pearce 682-3742  See PDF above

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4-H Message: a community of young people across america who are learning leadership, citzenship and life skillsScience Monday’s

These are After School Hands-on Science Programs on the 3rd Monday of each month during the school year in collaboration between Ashland County UW-Extension, Northland College, WITC & Ashland Parks and Rec.

To register for upcoming Science Monday events or for more information visit: www.ashlandparks.org or call Ashland Parks and Recreation (715) 682-7059.

Bad River FRTEP

Joy Schelble is the 4-H Youth Development Coordinator for the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. The position is a part of the network of Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Programs (FRTEP).  Her goals focus on fulfilling the objectives of the FRTEP program entitled Embracing Culture: Utilizing Traditional and Local Foods to Fight Obesity.

  • Joy Schelble, University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension, FTRTEP Bad River 4-H Youth Development Coordinator, Cell: 715-681-0573; email: joy.schelble@wisc.edu.