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Welcome to the CSU Extension Office in Douglas County. Our goal is to assist you with any questions you may have whether it is about gardening, wildlife, 4-H or any other needs.

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Dates

2020 Dates

*NEW* Recent Changes to Above Calendar

  • April 4th ~ Cat Project Clinic in CSU basement from 10-4pm (times subject to shift slightly as we get closer to event) ~ Added 1/17
  • February 2nd ~ Livestock Education Series time moved to 1pm-3pm ~ Added 1/17

Also be sure to check here for the most up-to-date information!

 

Record Books

Record Books

*Updated 2019-2020 Record Books!*

*If you cannot open/print Microsoft files please email Kirsten and she will convert them for you!  Kirsten.Cowan@Colostate.edu*

4-H General/Family and Consumer Science/Natural Resources Projects
   General Projects E-records

4-H Animal Project e-Records
   4-H Animal Project e-Records
        Supplemental Resources for Animal Projects
* Companion Animal eRecord to be used for Cat, Companion Rabbit, Cavvy, Pocket Pets, Llama/Alpaca, etc.
* Market or Breeding Rabbit should use livestock e-record

Single Pages
Are now housed within each record book. If you need additional pages copy and print them as you need. If you have questions or problems please call the Extension office 720-733-6940.

Colorado 4-H Secretary Book

Colorado 4-H Treasurer Book

4-H Project Tip Sheets
  4-H Project Tip Sheets

 

New Members

Douglas County 4-H Quick Facts

4-H is a worldwide youth development program for children between the ages of 5 and 18. Youth who participate in 4-H develop tools to succeed in life —confidence, compassion and the connections to caring adults helping guide community contributions. 4-H is dedicated to positive youth development and helping youth step up to the challenges in a complex and changing world. 4-H is dedicated to helping cultivate the next generation of leaders and tackling the nation’s top challenges such as the shortage of skilled professionals, maintaining our global competitiveness, encouraging civic involvement and becoming a healthier society.

4-H Quick Facts

Leaders