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The Extension office provides assistance and programs for the community without discrimination in five main areas: Agriculture, Horticulture, Family & Consumer Science, Natural Resources and 4-H Youth Programs.

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TeamUp Calendar – Check out all the events

Youth formupdated 6/15/21

4-H members in Colorado do no need to fill out the form. Non-4-H participants in events must fill out the form and a hardcopy returned to the Extension Office.

4-H Volunteer Resources for Virtual Setting

Colorado State University and Boulder County have compiled social media guidelines for the safety of our youth and families including; Zoom, YouTube, Kahoot, club judging activities as well as online trainings & resources.

Conversations with Kids During Stressful Events

Twelve Talks

Completing 4-H & The 5 Steps:

Our goals are to help you complete your projects and make the most of the experiences available. #Boulder4HStrong  

  1. Do a demonstration
  2. Complete a judging activity
  3. Do a community service project in the name of 4-H
  4. Exhibit your project
  5. Complete a record book for your project
5 steps to completion graphic which includes: 
1. do a demonstration
2. Complete a record book
3. do a community service project in the name of 4-H
4. complete a judging activity
5. Exhibit your project
For the complete pdf, click here

State Shooting Sports Information

For the latest on the State Shoot-Off, follow this link => State 4-H Shooting Sports Championships

4-H Friday Updates

March 27, 2020April 17, 2020May 15, 2020June 5, 2020
April 3, 2020April 24, 2020May 22, 2020June 12, 2020
April 10, 2020May 8, 2020May 29, 2020June 19, 2020

Livestock Resources

Please see the attached Market Animal Budget Planner worksheet developed by Adams County 4-H Agent Kenzie Kimmel  to use as a resource as a 4-H member who may have questions about purchasing 4-H Livestock.  This worksheet will assist members and their families in making that decision for themselves by identifying the costs and projected income of the 4-H market animal if sold at market value versus potential County Fair Sale value. 

Market Animal Budget Planner