Alabama 4-H Natural Resources and Environmental Education programs are designed to connect citizens of Alabama to the 132,419 miles of rivers and streams, the abundance of forestland found in the state’s four national forests, and the 22 state parks and wildlife management areas through hands-on learning experiences.

Learn paddling skills through 4-H RiverKids, test local water and submit data to scientists as a 4-H Water Watch certified monitor, or reel in a largemouth bass on a 4-H Sportfishing outing!

Joining 4-H Natural Resources and Environmental Education programs will enable you to be active in your community, throughout Alabama, and beyond!