Welcome to Clay County 4-H! This blog is the first in a series that is intended to help YOU, our awesome 4-H members and families, become familiar with all the ins, outs, and expectations of Clay County 4-H. We offer a wide variety of programs ... READ MORE
As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in Florida, I wanted to take a moment to update our UF/IFAS Extension community about our current status, best practices and next steps.
Please call your local UF/IFAS Extension office ... READ MORE
Dear 4-H Supporters,
We are pleased to share our 2018-2019 annual report with you. Thanks to your support, we had an extremely successful year securing the resources needed to develop the next generation of Clay County leaders through our ... READ MORE
STEM is the new buzzword, well actually its acronym, but nevertheless I am sure you have heard this word in the news and thought to yourself, “what is this STEM thing, and what is the big deal?” STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, ... READ MORE
The time that it takes to prepare an activity for a 4-H club meeting is substantial! Let us help you out. We now have 6 boxed activity sets for you to borrow from the county office for your next 4-H meetings!
Below are the topics:
Urban ... READ MORE
The Godbold Center housed both nights of the Clay County 4-H Water Workshop. On the first night, youth came in, picked up clipboards, and were given a quick welcome and introduction to the first activity. Youth carefully went through each ingredient ... READ MORE
Each year, after reviewing submissions from universities around the US, the National 4-H Council chooses a project for the National Youth Science Day (NYSD). This year, the project was to design a wearable health monitor! County 4-H programs ... READ MORE
What is “STEAM”?
Science, technology, engineering, agriculture (or art!), and math! It is important that youth have opportunities to engage in these fields, as they instill critical thinking, curiosity, global engagement, and the confidence ... READ MORE
Grab the secci disk and let’s head to the creek! On Day 2 of Walk on the Wild Side 4-H Camp, we learned about the 3 categories of water quality: (1) Physical, (2) Biological, and (3) Chemical. We test #1 and #2 while canoeing on the water. ... READ MORE
A bright blue sky and refreshingly cool temperature set the stage for Clay County 4-H’s biggest fundraiser of the year. On Saturday March 6th, families and friends gathered for a day of fun and community at the Amazing Grace Crop ... READ MORE