4-H Youth Development Program
Blog: California 4-H Grown
Over the past few years Color Runs have gained popularity with young people. The original five kilometer run was designed to encourage novice runners to improve their physical activity while also having fun. Colors Runs are inspired by India's Holi Festival, which creates a celebratory environment during the run....
When you hear the term “Avian Bowl,” it may conjure up images of rolling a frozen chicken or turkey down a lane to knock down pins. If you are a 4-H member you probably know what Avian Bowl really means, and it is an admirable and challenging event! The California team was composed of four teens from El...
Young people in 4-H are uniquely prepared to step up to the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
Through hands-on learning and positive youth-adult partnerships, youth acquire knowledge and develop life skills that enable them to find and focus their energy into their passions while also giving back to the community.
The 4-H Youth Development Program in California is open to young people and adult volunteers from all backgrounds and locations in California.
|The 4-H Youth Development Program, which throughout its 100 years of existence has helped children and adolescents acquire the skills needed to succeed in life, is implementing a series of changes that will help serve new generations of Californians, says Lupita Fabregas, Deputy Director of Diversity and Expansion Program 4-H Division Agriculture and Natural Resources UC.||El Programa de Desarrollo Juvenil 4-H, que a lo largo de sus más de 100 años de existencia, ha ayudado a niños y adolescentes a adquirir las destrezas necesarias para tener éxito en la vida, está implementando una serie de cambios que ayudarán a servir mejor a las nuevas generaciones de californianos, según explica Lupita Fabregas, directora adjunta de Diversidad y Expansión del Programa 4-H de la División de Agriculrutra y Recursos Naturales de la UC.|
Calling all 4-H Alumni!
Help us raise up to $20,000 for California 4-H leadership development programs. From March 1 to May 30, sign up on the 4-H National Raise Your Hand webpage. The state with the most alumni signing on will win up to $20,000! Stay tuned for more details -- coming soon.
Livestock Projects-Important Update
As of January 1, 2017, all medically-important antibiotics for use in or on feed and in water now require a veterinary feed directive (VFD) or a prescription. This new requirement will affect many livestock producers including 4-H members.
The State 4-H Office, in coordination with the UC Davis Veterinary Medicine Extension, and the California Department of Food and Agriculture will be presenting one-hour webinars on multiple dates to explain the new regulations and their implications. Please see the Animal Science page for information about the webinars and resource links.