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    2024 DG Colt Challenge Update

    Hello All, I just wanted to give a little update on the 2024 DG Colt Challenge. This is our fifth year completing this program. There are 19 youth from 14 counties in California and Southern Oregon. This year's challenge is open to new 2024 trainers and...

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    Preparing 4-H Volunteer Educators as Project Leaders

    Guidebook and workshop series helps 4-H project leaders learn about their roles, responsibilities, lesson planning, making learning engaging, and working with youth leaders. California 4-H relies on and recognizes adult 4-H volunteer educators who bring...

  • 2024 State Finals 4-H Livestock Judging. Placer County 4-H Team. Senior team in the back (L to R): Matt, Moriah, Joey, Ella, and Gabby. Coached by Lucus Delap from Chico State
    4-H Highlights from the UC Davis CA&ES Field Day

    Ten 4-H counties participated in the UC Davis College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Field Day on Saturday, March 2, 2024. The 4-H teams competed in contests on Vet Science and Light Horse Judging, as well as the State Qualifier for 4-H...

One of the guiding principles of the University of California 4-H Youth Development Program is that all participants have the right to equal access to information and activities. As a result of COVID-19 and current shelter in place orders for California, many 4-H program activities are continuing to engage youth audiences through a variety of communication methods.

In creating virtual learning opportunities for youth in every county, 4-H Staff and adult volunteers will also consider the digital accessibility needs of 4-H youth, and work to identify alternative approaches to engage youth through non-digital means to the extent possible.