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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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The current Colorado State 4-H Youth Development Policies supersede these policies. They can be found on the Colorado 4-H website. Counties may set stricter policies than the State Policies. We expect all 4-H members and their families to be familiar with both our local Boulder County 4-H Policies, as well as the Colorado State 4-H Policies.

CSU Extension 4-H in Boulder County Policies for Success

This procedure is meant to be a general guideline and is not intended to be binding nor confer specific rights upon the parties. Undertaking this process should only be considered if all other possibilities for a solution have been exhausted.

Challenge to Policies & Procedures

The Colorado 4-H Youth Development program has a long-standing set of expectations for conduct and behavior at events and activities. These expectations are based upon principles of caring, citizenship, fairness, respect, responsibility and trustworthiness. The 4-H Code of Conduct is a foundation of these expectations.

Prevention & Procedures: Possession & Use of Controlled Substances
at 4-H Events & Activities