4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
University of California
4-H Youth Development Program

4-H2O

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4-H2O is a project to help youth learn about water quality, water conservation and watershed issues. Funded by Toyota through the National 4-H Council.

4-H2O
 4-H20 Water Quality Awareness in Urban Environments (2009) authored by Darren Haver, Water Resources/Water Quality Advisor and Martin Smith, Associate Specialist in Cooperative Extension. This curriculum was utilized in Orange County 4-H Clubs.

Contact the California Coordinator: Steven Worker at smworker@ucanr.edu or 530-754-8519.

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San Mateo County

The San Mateo County 4-H Youth Development Program and Elkus Ranch have reached thousands of bay area youth and adults by teaching water conservation and water quality at 4-H Clubs, 4-H Farms, 4-H Summer Camp, Elkus Ranch Day Camps, Elkus Ranch school groups, Range Camp at Elkus Ranch, California 4-H State Leadership Conference, California 4-H State Leader’s Forum, National Children, Youth and Families At Risk (CYFAR) Conference, Department of Defense/USDA Family Resilience Conference, special event programming at San Francisco International Airport, shopping centers, San Mateo County Fair, and Stanford University Summer Faire. 


Los Angeles County

Housed in the University of California 4-H Office in Los Angeles County, this project will again engage youth in four southern California counties: Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Orange. The 4-H20 project includes introducing curriculum and activities to youth ages 9 – 19 in school enrichment, after school, military settings, and camp settings. One thousand youth will be introduced to and engaged in the project during the the 2012-2013 program year (July 1 - July 30). 


Sacramento County

The Sacramento County 4-H program will continue implementing and expanding its successful 4-H20 Water Wizards Project. In the 12-week 4-H20 Water Wizards project, 4th-6th grade children in after school programs explore water and the environment (the water cycle, watersheds, wetlands, water use and conservation), water properties (taste test, density, salinity, pH, bacteria, turbidity), and create and implement a plan to impact a water issue in their community.  The project includes an afternoon field trip to the American River Water Education Center.  An overnight camp experience allows youth to become scientists and collect data about the water and wildlife at Lake Vera near Nevada City, CA.  Youth served: 500. For more information on the Sacramento County 4-H Water Wizards, please visit: http://cesacramento.ucdavis.edu/4H/4-H_Water_Wizards.htm or contact Marianne Bird at mbird@ucanr.edu

Sacramento County 4-H Water Wizards

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