"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 County wide Record Book Contest is on! Members who receive a Gold level score at their club, are eligible to enter their Record Book into the County contest. The online applications deadline is July 18th at 5pm.
Be sure to check out our Record Book pages for more support and information on the Star rank verification process!
Clubs provide the Contest judges. Sign up here:
As a reminder, all members are to turn in an Annual Project Report Form for each completed Project to a Club Leader.
COVID 19 Safety Standards Summary
Updated July 13, 2021. Volunteers, parents and guardians are to read the current expected safety standards while volunteering or attending 4-H events. Click below: http://4h.ucanr.edu/In-Person_Planning_Resources/
Face Mask Use
Outdoor activities with youth and adults: No face masks required.
Indoor activities with youth and adults: Face masks required for everyone due to children under the age of 12 not being eligible for the vaccine.
Indoor activities with adults only: Face masks required for unvaccinated adults. Post the signs about facemask requirements (PDF- 3 pages)
Indoor Physical Distancing
Wearing a mask and maintaining a minimum of 3 feet between participants is required for indoor activities.
Maintain 6 feet of distancing during times when members and volunteers are not masked due to eating or drinking.
Maintain hygiene practices
After each use, clean and disinfect workspaces and equipment, wash hands often, and/or use hand sanitizer.
The 2019 -2020 4 -H Youth Development Program Annual Report can be viewed here. See how we are growing young leaders across the state: