Churchill County is located in Northern Nevada approximately one hour east of Reno and Carson City. Churchill County encompasses approximately 4,900 sq. miles of fertile agricultural lands, desert, mountains and valleys. Churchill County is the home of the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe, a number of lakes, expansive wetlands and wildlife refuge areas, and the U. S. Naval Air Station Fallon.

4-H club programming in Churchill County covers several project areas that teach leadership, life skills and citizenship. Typical 4-H age for club members range from 9 to 19 years of age; however many of the clubs accept "Cloverbuds," youth ages 5 to 8. Some restrictions apply to Cloverbuds around exhibition and competition. If you or your children are looking for a quality and fun youth development experience, contact Karen Bogdanowicz at the Churchill County office of the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, (775) 423-5121.

Below are the current 4-H Projects available in Churchill County:

  • Beef - Breeding and Market
  • Cloverbuds
  • Dog
  • Goats - Breeding and Market
  • Horses
  • Junior Bowman
  • Leather Crafts
  • Livestock Judging
  • Photography/Scrapbooking
  • Poultry
  • Rabbit Club
  • Reporting
  • Sheep - Breeding and Market
  • Swine - Breeding and Market
  • Wildlife
  • Youth Council

If you would like to share your skills or hobbies with youth, please contact the Churchill County office at 775-423-5121 to find out how to sign up as a 4-H Leader.


Learn more about the program contributor(s)

Karen Bogdanowicz
Program Leader & Contact

Extension Director's Office | On the campus of University of Nevada, Reno