Teton County Wyoming

University of Wyoming Extension


Next Basic Food Safety Training for Wyoming's Food Industry

Wednesday, September 17th, 11:00am to 3:00pm

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 Join 4-H Today!
Open House is
Wednesday, October 8th, 6:00-8:00pm
Please come and meet some of the leaders and find out what 4-H is all about and what are some of the clubs that we have to offer!
255 W. Deloney, in Miller Park
To learn more about the importance of 4-H and how it has served local youth watch the trailer for “Revolution of Responsibility” created by 4-H member Peter Prestrud. The full video will be released in the coming weeks.

Would you like more information and a 4-H Enrollment Form?
Click here to enter the 4-H Homepage



University of Wyoming Teton County Extension and 4-H Office Staff

Mary Martin
Community Development Educator and County Coordinator

 Justine Logan, Office Manager

Kaitlyn Mangis, Administrative Assistant

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We can now accept credit card payments!
Make payments with any major credit card for classes like ServSafe Food Safety and Leadership Jackson Hole, as well as for 4-H t-shirts, 4-H Livestock Auction purchases, and 4-H Camp fees.
There is a $1.95 service charge for payments of up to $70 and a 2.5% service fee for payments over $70.  Service charges are paid directly to the county's payment processor.  Teton County UW Extension and 4-H do not receive any monies from these service fees.