The backbone of 4-H are its community clubs, which allow youth to develop life skills in a fun and safe atmosphere.

4-H has numerous clubs throughout Marion County, including special interest clubs like steer and horse, in-school, and general community. All clubs are run by volunteer leaders who are trained and over-seen by the county 4-H agents.

All clubs consists of five or more youth, from at least two different families, and usually concentrate on one or more projects. Project topics include traditional ones like raising a hog or steer, gardening, and participating on judging teams, as well as non-traditional topics like bicycle safety, rocketry, wood working, and small engines.

Farmstead 4-H Club

Club type:

Community Club

 

Location:

UF/IFAS Extension Marion County Classroom

 
Location Address:   2232 NE Jacksonville Road, Ocala, 34470  

Meeting Held:

Second Wednesday of each month at 6pm  

Club Leader:

Amanda Durham//Sharon Drudy

 

Phone Number:

352-598-8086//352-789-9686

Email Address:

 adurham104@yahoo.com//drudykj03@aol.com

 
Accepting New Members: No