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 October 24, 2014
On Friday, October 17th 4-H youth and adults came together to honor the achievements, accomplishments, and hard work put forth by both youth and adults in the 4-H Youth Development Program in Placer County for the 2013 to 2014 year. Over 100 people were in attendance at the Loomis Veterans Memorial Hall in Loomis, CA. The event was able to honor adult volunteers, Friends of 4-H, and...
Added October 14, 2014
Sinclair Family Farm hosted a stop on the Placer Grown Farm & Barn Tour on Sunday, October 12th from 1pm to 5pm. At this event, which was open to the public, 4-H members were able to educate the community about the 4-H Program, and in particular small and large animal projects offered in 4-H. Youth were able to build their public speaking and leadership skills by sharing their animals with...
Added September 24, 2014
This year, four members of the All Star team (Mia Zimmer, Henia Mackenroth, Amber Miller, and adviser Darlene Miller) represented the Placer County 4-H program at the 2014 SLC, held at U.C. Santa Cruz. SLC, or the 4-H State Leadership Conference, is an event that was created to connect and inspire the various county members in the California 4-H organization. The theme...
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