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College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences


Project Information 

4-H reaches youth across Fayette County with programs designed to:

  • Establish sustainable relationships with caring adults and other youth;
  • Encourage community service and citizenship;
  • Develop marketable skills in youth and a vision of a successful future;
  • Promote and build upon experiences with persons from diverse backgrounds; and
  • Strengthen communities by developing volunteer skills in youth and adults.

4-H is the ultimate youth development experience and is what you make it. Through trips, activities, projects, leadership roles, working in teams and new levels of responsibility, youth learn the skills necessary to be successful in an ever-changing world. "Join the revolution of responsibility" and prepare yourself for greatness in 4-H!

2024 4-H Calendar

2024 4-H Policy

2024 Parent Guide

2023 Fayette County Project Book Requirements 

2023 Chuckwagon Schedule

4-H Lingo

Helpful Websites 

Fayette County 4-H Newsletter

January 2024 February 2024
January 2023 February 2023
March 2023 April 2023
May 2023 June 2023
July 2023 August 2023 Awards
October 2023 December 2023
January 2022  
March 2022 February 2022
May 2022 April 2022
July 2022 June 2022
September 2022 August/Award 2022
December 2022 November 2022
January 2021 February 2021
March 2021 April 2021
May 2021 June 2021
July 2021 Awards Newsletter




Accommodations can be made for youth with disabilities through our Winning 4-H Plan. (The Winning 4-H Plan is relatable to an IEP in school).

To make an accommodation request, complete the Winning 4-H Plan Request Form (link below) and send it to your local 4-H Professional.

Winning 4-H Plan Request Form - two options:

Print and Write - print this form, handwrite your responses, then send 

PDF Fillable - open this form, type your responses, then print and send 

Winning 4-H Plan Exhibition Accommodations Form

PDF Form