Military 4-H Program

Who We Are…

The National 4-H Headquarters, at USDA, has established formal partnerships with Air Force Services Family Member Programs, Army Child and Youth Services and Navy Child and Youth Programs to support positive youth development education for youth whose parents are serving in the military. These 4-H Military Partnerships bring the resources of the Land Grant University – youth develoment professionals, research based curricula, and high quality training and technical assistance — to the youth programs of the military. University and county 4-H staff serve as project directors, 4-H Military Liaisons and as specialists on assignment to the Army, Air Force and Navy.

National 4- H Headquarters relies upon the Land Grant University Extension System across the country to build strong partnerships with Army, Air Force, Navy, National Guard and Reserve to provide technical assistance and training for military staff and establish 4-H Clubs for Military youth living on and off post as well as those whose parents are serving in the National Guard and Reserve. As military families move frequently and experience the difficulties surrounding lengthy and frequent deployments, 4-H provides predictable programming and a safe and nurturing environment for military kids.

What We Do…

We offer trainings and support to our on base 4-H clubs at Army and Navy Child and Youth programs.

Connect military families to community 4-H programs in Hawaii.


JMG-Gardening with Kids Webinar

2019-2020 4-H Military Partnership Kick-Off Video

4-H Curricula Webinar 2019What’s New

2018-2019 End of Year Reporting Webinar


2018-2019 4-H Curricula and Program Planning Webinar


2018 4-H STEM Lab Webinar


4-H Cloverbud Program Webinar


4-H Business Meeting Webinar