Local Resources and Information
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- 4-H Camp Opportunities
Youth in Livingston, McLean and Woodford Counties have the opportunity to experience an overnight camping experience at 4-H Memorial Camp near Monticello. Youth do NOT need to be 4-H members to participate
- 4-H Leader Resources
Resources for 4-H leaders and volunteers to use with their 4-H clubs.
- Clover Challenge
Clover Challenge is available to 15-18 year old members as an advanced study for state 4-H projects. This project unit is an option only after the 4-H member has successfully completed the other levels in a particular curriculum area.
- Forms & Downloads
- Information for 4-H Club Secretaries
- Information for 4-H Club Treasurers
- Quality Assurance and Ethics Training for Livestock Exhibitors
4-H members exhibiting beef, dairy, goats, horses, sheep, poultry, and swine at the County Fair or the Illinois State Fair are required to complete a Quality Assurance and
Ethics training. This includes both live animals and poster projects. Participants are required to only take the training ONCE during their 4-H career. Training must be complete by July 1. Because of an early state show, horse exhibitors must complete certification prior to June 9.
- Record Keeping and Award Applications
General Illinois 4-H record keeping forms. For county specific award applications, please go to Awards and Scholarships under your county's 4-H page.
- Science Sleepover
4-H Science Sleepover is an event to help young girls experience science in a fun and exciting way.