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Madisyn King, Lowndes County

Building a better future through our young people.

Growing Alabama’s Future

Alabama 4-H sets boundaries and expectations through constructive use of time where youth are creating, learning, and exploring the possibilities of a future with purpose, optimism, and personal power.

 4-H is in every Alabama county

125,721 young people in Alabama 4-H

51,611 Club Members

4,330 Volunteers

3,108 Clubs

736 Total Schools Served

601 Title I Schools

20,823 High School Participants

4,804 Reside on Farms

62,165 Reside in Towns Pop. < 10,000

32,271 Reside in Towns Pop. 10,000–50,000

13,744 Reside in Suburbs/Cities

12,737 Reside in Urban Areas

130 Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

1,298 Asian

34,008 Black or African American

14,670 Hispanic

821 American Indian or Alaskan Native

82,513 White

4,095 Did Not Indicate Race

2,856 More Than One Race

The Bottom Line

4-H’ers are 4X more likely to give back to their communities, 2X more likely to make healthier choices, and 2X more likely to participate in STEM.


Download a PDF of State Impact: Alabama Statewide, 4HYD-2402.

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