Matthew M., a member of the Tehama County 4-H Youth Development Program, has been working one-on-one with professionals to develop his Emerald Star project, “youth educating youth about groundwater resources”. It provides an introduction to groundwater resources in our north state.
4-H Youth Development Program
In light of office closure, 4-H questions may be sent via email to Erin Paradis, 4-H Community Education Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (530) 949-9366 or Spring Severson, Administrative Support, email@example.com
COVID 19 update 04 01 2020
Head, Heart, Hands, Health. Growing Youth who Thrive.
Learn by doing activities, youth-adult partnerships, and research-based educational programs help young people enhance their leadership abilities and develop a wide range of other life skills.
WHY? Leadership/citizenship development; life skills education; strengthening youth-families-communities; advancing the field of youth development.
HOW? experiential education ("learn by doing"); bridging research and practice; building partnerships for programming and funding; cross-age learning and teaching; youth-adult partnerships.
WHERE? Community clubs; special interest projects and programs; camp experiences; distance learning.
4-H in Tehama County
Makaylie named Outstanding Service Member or the Year for her work in 2017-2018!
Tehama County 4-H Alum, Ashton Hubbard, joins the Tehama County 4-H YDP as our 4-H Community Educator - Welcome Ashton!
4-H Freedoms Foundation Delegates ride in the Corning Veteran's Day Parade
Congratulations Allison on your future endeavours! We wish you the best!
Bowman 4-H Members place flags on graves in observance of Memorial Day.
Youth increase their confidence, learn to make decisions, learn to work as a team, and realize that they can make a difference in their community, which is why the Tehama County 4-H Outstanding Service Award was introduced in 2015. Our first ever award goes to Makaylie Cook of Westside 4-H Club for her dedication to the community.
Congratulations to new parents Luzya and Edgar Sanchez of Red Bluff on the arrival of Noah Sanchez. Baby Noah, born Sunday, October 2 at 8:35AM, was named the 1st Tehama County Baby born during National 4-H Week.
Tehama County 4-H is proud to announce Bend Jelly 4-H member Dylan Speers as our 2016-2017 Tehama County 4-H B.L.A.S.T. (Becoming Leaders….All Star Trainees) member.
Three members of the Tehama County’s University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR), the 4-H Youth Development Program were provided the opportunity to attend AMVETS Spirit of America Youth Conference in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania through sponsorship of the AMVETS Post 2002 of Corning.
Tractor Supply Company is hosting their biannual Paper Clover campaign - clovers are sold for $1 each to support their local 4-H programs! The Tehama County UCCE 4-H Staff and our Clover Pal purchased some today!
Welcome Ivory Pearle Raschke of Red Bluff - Ivory is our "1st Baby Born during National 4-H Week" for 2015!
Maryn Spangler of Bend Jelly 4-H Club has been awarded the Diamond Star Clover award making her the 1st Tehama County 4-H Member to earn this award!
Tehama County disabled and senior citizens were the VIP's for Fun Night 2015 "STEAMPUNK in Paris!"
Beginning in December 2014, yards around the county become green with 4-H clovers as a unique fundraiser!
The 1st baby is here! Welcome Evan Harvey Walters, born Sunday, October 5th at 12:08AM!