"To Make the Best Better"
Welcome to the Monterey County 4-H Program, we have approximately 800 youth enrolled in local 4-H programs and nearly 300 adult volunteers engaging youth in varied learning experiences. There are fourteen clubs in the county, covering almost all geographic areas. Our mission is to engage youth in reaching their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development.
The Monterey County 4-H Program and it's members are active during the Coronavisrus. Our Salinas UCCE offices are closed for public safety. However, the staff is working remotely. You can send an email and you will receive a response.
In response to the cancellation or uncertainty of a 4-H member's involvement with the local fairs, a Options for Market Animal Sales has been created to answer many of your questions:
Information about meetings/events/gatherings, based on UC-wide protocols and CDPH guidance. (updated 4/28/2020)
All UC ANR-hosted meetings, events and gatherings of any size that are scheduled to take place through May 31, 2020 must be conducted online, postponed or cancelled.
Leaders and event planners should assess meetings, events and gatherings and plan for the possibility that there may be an extension of this directive, requiring additional cancellations.
- UCANR personnel and volunteers need to follow this guidance and cancel or postpone events that meet the above criteria. Communities or venues may have variations and of these limits based on the local situation. Consult the County Public Health for local information.
In addition to guidance and monitoring by the CDC and the CDPH, each County’s Public Health Officer is monitoring this situation and may have additional guidance specific to your community and the local health risks.
- Smaller gatherings held in venues that do not allow social distancing of six feet per person should be postponed or canceled
Making Masks for the community? See the newest resource open to 4-H:
The 2019 4-H Youth Development Program Annual Report can be viewed here. See how we are growing young leaders across the state:
The 2018-2019 4-H Strategic Plan: The strategic planning process was designed to be inclusive and utilization-focused. The process actively engaged the program’s stakeholder groups to capture diverse perspectives as a means to identify what UC 4-H can do best to engage youth in reaching their fullest potential. The strategic plan sets direction over the next 6-10 years within a flexible framework. This plan is a “living
document” and may change as the environment, funding, and/or priorities change. Read it here:
For more information on YQCA training, visit the Fairs tab on our site.
Monterey County 4-H Program Representative
|Leader's Council meeting||6/16/2020|
|4-H Leader's Council meeting||7/21/2020|