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4-H Youth Development

4-H in Santa Clara County : Something for Everyone


The University of California Cooperative Extension for Santa Clara County, including the 4-H Youth Development Program staff, is here to answer your questions and address your needs. We will return your email as soon as possible.  

For enrollment or partner program questions, contact:

Susan Weaver, 4-H Supervisor, Region 7, sjweaver@ucanr.edu

Fe Moncloa, Ph.D., 4-H YDP Advisor, fxmoncloa@ucanr.edu

Homesteaders Garden Project

If you are interested in starting a new 4-H project and helping 4-H youth to reach their fullest potential, please review the information on the Project proposal Page.


CA 4-H Guidance on Covid-19 Protocols

changes effective March 12, 2022

  • Masking is no longer required for indoor or outdoor activities.
  • Continue to do contact tracing via adult and member meeting sign-in.
  • Maintain social distancing of 3 feet when possible.
  • In cases where a meeting or event location has more strict protocols, attendees of the meeting or event will follow the more strict protocol.

Notification: The Public Health Department and the California Department of Public Health strongly recommend that the public continue to wear masks in all indoor public spaces.

Symptom Survey
DO NOT participate in any in-person 4-H activities if you are sick or have COVID-19 symptoms or if you or someone you have been in contact with has been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Symptoms include:
a. Fever or chills
b. Cough
c. Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
d. Fatigue
e. Muscle or body aches
f. Headache
g. New loss of taste or smell
h. Sore throat
i. Congestion or runny nose
j. Nausea or vomiting
k. Diarrhea

Maintain hygiene practices

After each use, clean and disinfect workspaces and equipment,

wash hands often, and/or use hand sanitizer.

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