The Montana 4-H Foundation has several unique items available for purchase. The Montana Agriculture Calendars, with pencil art by famed Havre artist, Don Greytak, and Montana Silversmiths Western belt buckles and jewelry are unique items to give as gifts or to recognize individuals for their service to 4-H. Proceeds from sales of these items support 4-H program opportunities.
Don Greytak Calendars
gretack calandar

Each year the Montana 4-H Foundation partners with Havre artist, Don Greytak, to bring Montana Agriculture Calendars to counties across the state. Sales proceeds are used throughout the year to benefit youth programming at the state, regional and national levels. These wonderful pencil art calendars are not only a great way to give to 4-H, they're a great gift for friends or family! Contact your local County Extension office, 4-H club, or the Foundation office directly to place your order.

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Montana Silversmiths
belt buckle

The Montana 4-H Foundation is proud to offer fine quality Western jewelry and belt buckles for gifts, awards and recognition for counties and clubs.  Special 4-H clover and 4-H brand (see picture at right) figures can be added to any piece.  All jewelry is manufactured by Montana Silversmiths in Columbus, Montana, and can be purchased at the following discounted rate:.

1-2 items (15% off retail) 3-5 items (20% off retail) 6+  items (25% off retail)

To take advantage of the discount, please use the order form.  Visit the Montana Silversmiths website for current pricing information.

4-H Bracelets
4-H bracelet

Also made by Montana Silversmiths in honor of the Montana 4-H Centennial, these bracelets can be ordered directly from the Montana 4-H Foundation. Bracelets are $55 each, bulk discount does not apply.

To order, contact the Foundation office at: 4hfdn@montana.edu

4-H link Bracelets

Also made by Montana Silversmiths link bracelets can be ordered directly from the Montana 4-H Foundation. Bracelets are $30 each, bulk discount does not apply. To order, contact the Foundation office at:4hfdn@montana.edu