4-H is an educational program of the University of California Cooperative Extension and made available through a partnership of county, state, and federal governments. The program creates positive opportunities for youth to develop life skills and become engaged in their local communities. The program combines the efforts of youth, volunteer leaders, and University staff and faculty to create a fun, hands-on learning approach to a non-formal education.
Placer 4-H Blog
Added August 26, 2015
On Thursday, August 20, Ophir 4-H Club was invited by the Gold Country Fairgrounds to display small animals and a photo board showcasing projects offered by Ophir 4-H Club at the Roseville Chamber of Commerce mixer. Attendees learned about joining 4-H and how to participate as an adult volunteer. The purpose behind the event was for all the chamber members within Placer County to learn about...
Added August 20, 2015
Dry Creek 4-H Club in Placer County accepted an invitation from the Placer Fair Board to start a garden at the Gate C entrance to the Placer County Fairgrounds in Roseville. Members of the Dry Creek 4-H Club gave Good Day Sacramento a tour of the garden early Saturday morning before they spent the day at the garden participating in an outreach event involving talking to the public and passing out...
Added May 26, 2015
Placer County 4-H offers youth within 4-H the ability to participate in the 4-H Council Scholarship and the Hulbert Scholarship. All youth 14 to 19 years old may apply. The 4-H Council Scholarship, $300 for each selected youth, is provided by funds from the scholarship animal sold every year at the junior livestock auction at either Placer County or Gold Country Fairs. The Hulbert Scholarship,...
Added May 13, 2015
At the Gold Country Fairgrounds on May 9th, 4-H youth, parents, and friends all joined together to learn about various animal projects offered within Placer County 4-H. Demonstrations for animal projects ranging from dog and small animals all the way up to steer and swine were present. Youth were able to move through 12 different stations to learn about showmanship for each 4-H animal project...
Added May 13, 2015
On April 25th at Magnolia Intermediate School in Grass Valley, 4-H members from both Placer and Nevada Counties came together to participate in the annual Bi-County Fashion Revue for Placer and Nevada 4-H programs. Youth had the opportunity to compete with garments that they had sewn or purchased. The judging event is for youth to qualify to move on to State Fashion Revue held at UC Davis on May...
Added April 30, 2015
The All Stars are a group of teens that have earned their gold star in the 4-H program. The process of being able to qualify as an All Star takes youth multiple years to accomplish of service to others, community involvement, public speaking experience, and much more. The All Stars are selected every year, and the All Stars come together to formulate, coordinate, and implement a plan of action....
Placer County 4-H Council Meeting Minutes & Agendas
|February 2015 - Council Highlights||3/5/15|
|February 25, 2015 Council Meeting Agenda||2/27/15|
|January 2015 Council Highlights||2/27/15|
|January 28, 2015 Council Meeting Minutes||2/27/15|
|January 28, 2015 Council Meeting Agenda||2/27/15|
|December 2014 Council Highlights||2/27/15|
Placer 4-H Calendar