Summer is quickly approaching and here at Camden County 4-H we are getting very excited! This summer we are …
4-H Youth Development
4-H is the largest youth development organization in North Carolina. Hundreds of thousands of young people learn the skills to succeed through 4-H educational programs and camps. NC State Extension and the Cooperative Extension Program at N.C. A&T State University conduct 4-H programs where youth learn by doing.
Camden County Cooperative Extension is proud to introduce Ali Huber as the newest member of their staff. Ali will …
Sign-ups for the 2018 4-H Presentations are now open! But, what are 4-H Presentations? They are a unique opportunities for youth …
Learn More Using the Resources Below
4-H Project Record Books and Portfolios
- 13-18 Project Record Book Instrucitonal Guide (pdf)
- 13-18 Word Document (fillable)
- 9-12 Project Record Book Instructional Guide (pdf)
- 9-12 Word Document (Fillable)
- Where Does My Project Fit?
Adult Volunteer Information/Forms
County Extension Programs
Extension Programs at NC State University
- 4-H Camps and Centers
- 4-H Forestry and Wildlife Programs
- 4-H Youth Development
- 4-H Youth Opportunities in Crop, Horticulture, and Soil Science
Partnerships and Organizations
- National 4-H Council
- National 4-H Youth Website
- North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Publications, Information, and News
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