San Juan County 4-H Program
San Juan County has the second largest 4-H youth enrollment in the state of New Mexico with a membership of over 450 to 500 youth. The county fair provides 4-H members with a chance to show what they have learned with their completed projects, ranging from baking, electricity, and woodworking to training dogs and horses as well as raising and showing other livestock animals such as beef, swine, sheep, goat, rabbits and poultry. These projects teach the youth not only about their individual projects but responsibility for finishing what they have begun.
The 4-H Program in San Juan County challenges youth to gain knowledge in the areas of leadership, citizenship, personal growth and development, animal science, engineering science, plant science, natural science, cultural education, home economics, food and nutrition, consumer education and home management, as well as creative arts .
4-H Youth and Development
Our 4-H program provides a creative and supportive environment in which culturally diverse youth and adults can reach their full potential. Our local county program works to develop life skills to help young people become self-directed, productive citizens. We also work to empower adult volunteers who multiply the efforts of our local County Extension staff.
Resources and Links
4-H Programming in San Juan County
School Enrichment & Special Interest Programs
New Mexico State University and the New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service administer the 4-H Youth Development Program, which is open to all youth, ages 5-19. The 4-H Youth Development Program is designed for in-school and out-of-school programming involving youth in educational programs such as the Master Seed Program and Germ Detective as well as nutrition education provided through the Ideas in Cooking and Nutrition (ICAN)program. School teachers are also invited to contact the San Juan County Extension Office at 505-334-9496 for a list of 4-H Curriculum Kits and audio visual materials available for youth grades kindergarten through high school.
4-H Club Resources
4-H Year End Club Report
Due in the Extension Office by October 31, 2018
4-H Project List Information (2017-2018)
The San Juan County 4-H project list is available from the San Juan County Extension office or from your 4-H Club Organizational Leaders.
Enrollment Forms (2017-2018)
Member and Volunteer Leader Enrollment forms are available at the San Juan County Cooperative Extension Office or from San Juan County 4-H Club Organizational Leaders.
Visit the NMSU State 4-H website for the Adult Volunteer Leaders Background Application Form.
All new 4-H volunteer leaders need to complete a Disclosure and Consent Form as well as the Volunteer Application. Return these forms to the San Juan County Extension Office with a $5.00 processing fee. A leader enrollment form must be completed after being confirmed as a volunteer leader.
4-H Registration Forms
County Council Officer Candidate Application & Certification 2018 - 2019
Due in the Extension Office by October 15, 2018.
Eligibility Certificate and Waiver of Liabilities can be found at NMSU State 4-H Rodeo
Member Record Book Forms
Cloverbud Record Book Forms
Project Record Sheets
Please visit NMSU State 4-H Project Record Forms to find project record sheets.
4-H Livestock Forms
SAN JUAN COUNTY FAIR
County 4-H Agents
Shelly Hathorn, 4-H Home Economist and Aaron Preator, 4-H Agent
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