The Nebraska 4-H Diamond Clover program encourages 4-H youth to engage in a variety of programs, projects, and activities that will enable youth to acquire skills and abilities that will prepare them for success in the future. The program is designed to reach and recognize all youth engaged in 4-H, from club members and campers to school enrichment, afterschool, and special interest program participants.
4-H EnrollmentStarting October 15th 4-H Enrollment is Open. Clover Kids and Volunteers are free, 4-H'er will pay $5 per youth or $10 per family until Dec. 31st and then the rate will change to $10 per youth or $20 per family.
Husker Harvest Days Virtual ExperienceHusker Harvest Days along with Nebraska Extension invites Nebraskans to participate in the Farm Progress Virtual Experience Sept. 15-17, where the usual best of show exhibitors will merge into a powerhouse virtual experience.
Due to the Extension Office December 1st!! Now that the fair is over, it’s time to begin thinking about Achievement Applications. The Nebraska 4-H Achievement Application is a standard application form used for the selection of county and state award winners, including Nebraska delegates to National 4-H Congress and National 4-H Conference, as well as Nebraska 4-H Foundation scholarship award recipients.
Enroll in 4-H NOW!! 1/2 priced enrollment until January 1st. Find a link to the enrollment website and instructions for enrollment for new members, returning member, new club leaders and returning club leaders.
The Farmers & Ranchers College was formed in January 2000 with the purpose of providing high quality, dynamic, up to date educational workshops for area agricultural producers in south central Nebraska through a collaborative effort between business, industry and higher education leaders. Furthermore, the Farmers & Ranchers College will provide the tools necessary so that agricultural producers will be able to respond positively to these changes using a profitable decision-making process.