- Author: J. M.
Check out our County Calendar here!
Chickenque is this Sunday! Don't forget to buy your tickets now.
4-H Summer Camp
We are in need of chaperones! If you would like to be a chaperone for camp please complete the enrollment packet.
We are also looking for a camp nurse and archery leader. If you are interested in any of these positions please contact Lisa Bianchi: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register by May 14
Pre-registration is required for the following events by May 14, 2018:
Please see the page links above for more details about each event and to register for each.
California 4-H State Horse Classic
Murieta Equestrian Center in Rancho Murieta, CA
State Championship Horse Show: 4-H riders have this opportunity to compete at a level beyond local, county or regional events. Participants must pre-qualify at qualifying horse shows.
Educational contests: Educational contests allow members to showcase their equine knowledge. Contest offered include: Hippology, Horse Judging, Horse Bowl, and Public Speaking.
For more information, please visit the Horse Classic event page
For more event information, please visit the CA 4-H Horse Classic website or you may contact:
2018 State Leaders' Forum
November 9-11, 2018
Crowne Plaza San Diego-Mission Valley
2270 Hotel Circle North, San Diego, California, 92108...More information coming soon.
CFDA - Melatonin in Market Lambs - Do Not Do It
From the 4-H Youth Development Advisor, Steven Worker
Presidents Letter - Naomi Edwards
Hello Sonoma County 4-H!!
The hills are alive in bloom!
Fashion Revue was April 21st and was an amazing!!! The 5 ladies on the committee held an amazing county event. Super Heroes was the theme and the youth of Sonoma County were Super Sewers! Those in attendance witnessed a Super Fashion Show.
Our Final CCC meeting this 4H year is May 1. Our board is fun, creative and is always looking for fresh faces and new ideas so please consider joining us! We will be asking for volunteers to join our county committees. New volunteers = New ideas!! Join anytime in the year!
How has your club been volunteering this year? Please have a youth write into the office so it can be shared with all of us via this newsletter.
Earth Day Adventures- Penngrove 4H Healthy Living Hike, Earth Day
None at this time
Recycled Art for Earth Day, April 22 or Every day
Although Earth day has come and gone this is a great project for our youth. Youth will use the engineering process in this activity to design, draw and build using recyclable materials to create works of art. Use this activity to let their imaginations run wild! For examples, please see the PBS learning media website.
These are great opportunities for 4-H parents, volunteers, and youth to participate and get excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)!
They can be an opportunities for STEM-focused field trips, projects and programs.
You can also find this list on the state 4-H STEM home page.
4-H does not endorse any person in the community who make requests. As always, please use caution when contacting someone. 4-H members who accept listed jobs are doing so as an individual, outside of the scope of the 4-H program.
Community Service Opportunity for a fire victim
I am a former 4-H community club and project leader for Wild Oak 4-H. I lost my home and farm in the fire in October and am looking for a youth organization or individuals to help us construct a vaux swift nesting tower on our farm to replace the chimney they were nesting in the past few years. I have a book and set of plans and a location picked out. I can provide some or all of the materials if necessary but I don't have a work shop or tools to construct it. I realize that you are nearing the end of the year and we are in a time crunch on this because the swifts have arrived and will start nesting next month. I hope you can find a club that is willing to take this on.
Janet Leisen -Leisen's Bridgeway Farms
Fire victims in need of a new home!
These sheep have been on quite the long journey! Originally displaced by the Sonoma County Firestorms, these 13 fire victims came to stay at Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue temporarily while their owner could find alternative pasture. After 3 months at our facility, they outgrew their pasture here, and went to go and stay temporarily with one of our dedicated volunteers, Cheryl Burner. Because this herd is a mixture of ewes and rams, Cheryl now has a herd of 20 sheep including rams, ewes, and lambs. Needless to say, she feels quite overrun! We need to find permanent placement for 16 of these sheep. These are Barbados Blackbelly sheep, a breed of domestic sheep from the Caribbean island of Barbados. They are grazers and great at clearing land! If you are interested in this displaced herd, please contact Cheryl Burner at (707) 664-0626. Thank you!
Looking for cows to graze in my field
Hello, I am looking for someone who would be interested in having there cows graze in my field. I have 4 acres of land all fenced in with water available. I am located on Bennett Valley Rd in Santa Sosa. I have attached a photo of my property. Anyone interested can email or call for more information.
Contact: Lilly email@example.com
3 Acres available for grazing in Rincon Valley
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