Welcome to 4-H in Tehama County
The 4-H Youth Development Program is an important portion of the University of California Cooperative Extension. This non formal educational program is made available in Tehama County through a partnership of county, state, and federal governments.The mission of the University of California 4-H Youth Development Program (YDP) is to engage youth in reaching their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development. This is accomplished by engaging youth through the use of research-based, learning-by-doing, educational experiences.
4-H is a family affair. This means that parents are an important part of our program. Parental involvement is one of the keys to a successful 4-H program. Parents find the 4-H program valuable in helping them to help their children. Our young people discover that the 4-H approach is fun, exciting, and rewarding.
The 4-H Program Community Educators principle responsibility to work with parents, other adult volunteers, and the community to develop a youth program which is most appropriate for the young people of Tehama County.
Tehama County has a 4-H Handbook that gives a brief description of what the county program has to offer. Feel free to check out the Tehama County 4-H Handbook 2017-2018
4-H Uniform Dress
California 4-H introduced NEW Uniform Guidelines as of July 1, 2015
Proper dress and grooming for an occasion is a matter of exercising good judgment. Dressing well for all 4-H occasions is a skill that individuals should gain knowledge of and value its significance. Adults, members and 4-H staff should encourage this important lesson.
Please visit http://4h.ucanr.edu/About/Uniform/ to learn more!
To the left you will see tabs full of information such as upcoming events, calendar, youth camp, newsletter, project resources.
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