Welcome to Nevada County 4-H
** COVID-19 Update **
As of March 24th, 2021:
BEFORE YOU HOLD ANY IN-PERSON 4-H MEETINGS:
Please complete the short training session which is found on the COVID-19 Training page. This training includes the 4-H Location Safety Plan and the Facility Use Request survey that must be submitted to 4-H office and approved before you can hold any in-person meetings. Thanks for caring about the youth in our community and for your efforts to ensure their safety!
The State of California announced that Nevada County has moved from the most restrictive Purple Tier (Tier 1) to a less-restrictive Red Tier (Tier 2).
- Conduct meetings/programs/workshops virtually when possible.
- *Do not exceed maximum occupancy limitations. Capacity for indoor and outdoor meetings/programs/ workshops must be limited to 25% or 100 people, whichever is less. See Occupancy Limits for UC 4-H Activities and Programs for details – essentially, indoor occupancy is calculated based on 36 sq ft (6 feet x 6 feet) per person.
- A Location Safety Plan must be turned in and approved before you can hold any in-person meetings. A Facility Use Request must be completed for ALL meetings, even if held at a leader’s residence.
You may hold 4-H meetings indoor and outdoor in-person if ALL of the following “Procedures for 4-H Meetings during COVID-19” are followed:
*Wear Face Masks
*Participants Monitor Health with temperature checks & watching for symptoms
*Social Distance – Maintain at least 6’ of distance from others
*Do Not Share Items
*Maintain Meeting Participation Record
If the procedures cannot be maintained or 4-H Volunteer Leaders do not feel comfortable delivering programming in person, the project may continue to deliver programming in a Virtual/Distance delivery model.
Upcoming Virtual Events!
Click on the Event you are interested in in the Event Calendar below for more information and registration!
4-H Calendar of Events
|2021 Virtual State Leadership Conference||7/23/2021|
|Council Scholarship Deadline||7/30/2021|
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