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News and Events

 

 

New England 4-H Dog Clinic

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Tolland Agricultural Center

Registration: 8:00-8:45 am

Workshops Begin at 9:00 am

Event Ends at 4:00 pm

Registration Packet

 

 

State 4-H Citizenship Day

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Getting Connected - 4-H Teens

Talk Technology

Registration Form

Letter to Registered Participants

Twitter Poster

 

 

FFA/Agriscience/4-H Programs

Essay Contest

Sponsored by Working Lands Alliance

Win $500 and Enjoy a

Connecticut-Grown Dinner with

Governor Malloy and Commissioner

of Agriculture Reviczky

Essay Contest Guidelines

 

 

2014 State 4-H Horse Contests

Entry Forms

 

New England 4-H Horse

Activity - Eastern States Exposition

Application

Jr. Leader Application

 

 

 

2014 New England 4-H Horse

Judges' School

April 12-13, 2014

Nathan Hale Inn

UConn Storrs Campus

NE Judges School Information Letter

NE Judges School Registration

NE Horse and Pony Judging Application

Requirements for NE 4-H Horse Judges List

Judges Evaluation Form

 

NE 4-H Horse Judges' School web site

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Share Your 4-H Story!

 

 


Connecticut 4-H: a great place to learn new things

What’s in it for young people?

When you join 4-H, you choose what interests you. Here are some examples of hands-on opportunities:
• exploring the environment and nature
• growing your own food with all types of gardens
• learning about technology and robotics
• developing photography or drama skills
• caring for animals

You can be part of a club, be an individual member, attend 4-H Camp, go on a field trip or show off your new skills at a 4-H Fair. In the process, you meet new friends, solve problems and make a difference in your neighborhood or even in the world.


Adults like it, too!

Our adult 4-H volunteers enjoy working with young people to gain their full potential. Depending on the talents and time you can contribute, we have a place for you in:
• individual events
• short-term or long term projects with national curriculums
• on-going group activities
• committee membership

You’ll get plenty of training and support from the Connecticut Cooperative Extension Staff and recognition, too. You might even learn new skills while seeing youth grow and develop. Get a new worldview.


Everyone Benefits.

According to research by Tufts University, 4-H youth are 25% more likely to contribute to their families, themselves and their communities, and 41% less likely to engage in risky/problem behavior. Be part of the 4-H world.

 

 

Senator Richard Blumenthal (second from right) visits with Fair Officers at the 2012 Middlesex and New Haven County 4-H Fair.