The University of California 4-H Youth Development Program engages youth in reaching their fullest potential by focusing on the development of citizenship, leadership, and life skills, such as decision-making, communication, responsibility and teamwork.
Prunes, almonds, pears, apple, cherry, olive, plum and pomegranate
Walnuts, peaches, kiwifruit, pecan, grape, nectarine, pistachio, persimmon, chestnut, apricots, fuelwood.
Trained volunteers provide horticultural information and advice to home gardeners. If you are interested in becoming a master gardener in 2015, click here to learn more.
Prevention of loss of homes during a wildfire, how to landscape and construct homes for improved safety.
Provides nutrition curricula to qualifying schools and community organizations to encourage a healthy lifestyle and food choices.
Five ways NOT to poison friends and family during the holidays
Posted 12/17/2014 - ‘Tis the season for gathering with friends and family and eating. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa...
Taste a colorful rainbow of citrus at UC research facility
Posted 12/9/2014 - The UC citrus research center swings open its doors this week to give farmers and the public the opportunity to view and...
Gardens contribute vegetables, ease hunger among San Jose residents
Posted 12/4/2014 - People who grow their own vegetables in a garden typically consume enough fresh produce to meet the USDA Dietary Guidelines...
'Dine in' to save money and eat better
Posted 12/3/2014 - On Dec. 3, the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) is asking families across the U.S. to prepare...
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|4-H County Council Meeting||1/8/2015|
|4-H Chico State 2015 Swine Day||1/24/2015|
|Hands on Livestock Expo and AG Symposium||2/7/2015|
|4-H Club Treasurer Training||2/7/2015|
|4-H County Presentation Day||2/21/2015|
|UCCE Sutter-Yuba-Colusa Walnut Day||2/25/2015|
|Sectional Presentation Day||3/21/2015|
|4-H Animal Science Symposium 2015||5/27/2015|
|Yuba Sutter Fair||7/30/2015|