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 July 22, 2014
Youth all over Placer County had the opportunity to come together the week of July 14th-19th to learn, share, and make wonderful memories at the annual Placer County 4-H Summer Camp at Woodchuck Flat. The Placer/Nevada Joint Camp Facilities have been being leased from the Tahoe National Forest since the 1940s. With an ever-changing world, Placer County 4-H has continued to give youth from all...
Added June 27, 2014
Placer County 4-H is spreading the word about the positive impact of what our local clubs are doing within their communities. The fourteen clubs of Placer County 4-H all incorporate community service into their efforts towards delivering positive youth development for local communities within Placer County. Dry Creek 4-H Club of Roseville recently had an opportunity for youth to make tie-dyed...
Added June 10, 2014
I have been in my club's Guide Dog project for five years now, and my family and I are raising our fourth puppy, Prada. I have learned so much and had so many wonderful experiences raising these dogs, and I would like to encourage other 4-Hers to have these same experiences. Raising a Guide Dog puppy can make such a difference both in your life and in the life of the blind person who...
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