Join Boulder County 4-H
4-H is the nation's largest youth development organization. Fueled by university-backed curriculum, 4-H members engage in hands on learning in science, healthy living and food safety. Learn about 4-H
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What's Happening in 4-H?
Saturday, April 18 starting at 9 am
The Ranch, Loveland
Struggling to pass that Horse Levels written test? Not sure what to study? Want to learn more about horse care? Looking for ideas for your Horseless Horse Project? Attend Horse Levels Field Day.
Hands on exploration for all levels. Over 20 different topics taught through interactive stations. Members will have the opportunity to take one written level test (I, II, III, or IV) at the end.
No cost. Registration required.
Concessions will be available for lunch.
All animal projects (except dog and horse) must complete a Colorado 4-H MQA training their first year showing livestock and first year showing as a senior.
Boulder County is hosting a training on Monday, April 27 (4 - 6 pm), Exhibit Building, Fairgrounds. This training is self-guided through activities and stations and takes about 1 hr on average.
April 24 - 26, 2015
Islang Groove Park, Greeley
The purpose of the WCGE is to provide you with opportunities and knowledge that will help you with your goat enterprise. Features include educational seminars, showmanship contest, market, boer, dairy, pygmy and fiber goats shows.
Important Member Information
- Where's the Clover Room
- Animal ID
- Register for an Event on 4-H Online
- PEDv in Swine in Colorado
- Premise ID
- 4-H in Boulder County
- Enroll in 4-H
- 4-H Carnival
- County Councils
- County/State Fairs
- Becoming a Volunteer
- Boulder County Calendar
- Calendar Reference
- BC Dog Calendar
- BC Horse Calendar
- BC Livestock Calendar
- State-wide Calendar
- Boulder County Fair Dairy Bar Schedule 2013