4-H Youth Development
4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential by working and learning in partnership with caring adults. As a program of the University of California, 4-H prepares young people to make a positive impact in their communities and their world while advancing the field of youth development.
4-H is operated as a partnership of staff and volunteers (and many of those volunteers are youth members!). Volunteers are critical to the program and 4-H simply couldn't exist without them. The roles we take on as volunteers can vary widely in scope and...
Turning catastrophe into positive: The San Bruno/SSF 4-H Club awarded a grant of $9,100 from the San Bruno Community Foundation.
The Community Grants Fund is funded by a portion of the settlement between Pacific Gas & Electric Company and the City of San Bruno following a 2010 gas pipeline explosion that devastated San Bruno's Crestmoor neighborhood. This annual grant fund...
YCUSD Partners with CalFresh Healthy Living, UC to Implement the Smarter Lunchrooms Movement Districtwide
During the 2018-2019 School Year, the Yuba City Unified school District (YCUSD hereinafter) partnered with the University of California Cooperative Extension's, CalFresh Healthy Living Program (CFHL hereinafter) to implement The Smarter Lunchroom...
In November 2018, the worst fire in California history, the Camp Fire, devastated the towns of Paradise, Magalia, Pulga, and Concow. Over 13,000 homes were destroyed and 85 people died. From the first day of the tragedy, our local Butte County...
|4-H County Council Meeting||3/5/2020|
|4-H County Council Meeting||5/7/2020|
County 4-H Contact Information
|University of California Sutter Yuba Cooperative Extension
142A Garden Highway
County Director: Whitney Brim-DeForest
4-H Secretary Rene McCrory
4-H Youth Development Advisor Nicole Marshall-Wheeler
4-H Program Representative