4-H (Head, Heart, Hands, Health) is open to all youth, ages 5 to 18, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, creed, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. In Broward County, the 4-H program offers hands-on education and fun projects in many different areas: marine ecology, photography, horticulture, food and nutrition, small and large animals, computers, and much more!
These projects and experiences help members learn how to make decisions, develop life skills, and actively participate in the home and community. For parents, 4-H is a family activity that provides leadership and self-esteem training, which helps young people mature into successful and fulfilled adults.
But most of all, BROWARD COUNTY 4-H IS FUN!
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Calendars and Upcoming Events
Can't seem to find a club that fits your needs? Starting a 4-H club is easy! Five youth from two different families and one committed leader are all you need to get started. Visit the "Contact Us" section below to contact Broward County 4-H to find out more information or to start your own 4-H club.
- Club Directory - being updated - please check back later
- UF/IFAS Broward County Extension Office
3245 College Ave.
Davie, FL 33314-7719
- Phone: 954-357-5270
- Fax: 954-357-5271
- E-Mail: 4-H@broward.org
Broward County 4-H holds fun and educational day camps during the summer months! All day camps are presented by the Broward 4-H Foundation and taught by University of Florida faculty, staff, and trained volunteers.
Camp registration is easy: Call 954-357-5270 or e-mail 4-H@broward.org, regarding camp availability. Mail or drop off forms to the Extension Office with your check to the Broward 4-H Foundation. Payment must be provided at the time of registration (first-come, first-served). No refunds will be given after the registration deadline.
The Broward County 4-H open enrollment period is from September 1 to November 15. After November 15, all inquiries should be directed to the Broward County Extension Education office. Also, before enrolling your youth, please consult our Club Directory above to see if a club near you is accepting new members.
If you're interested in starting a new club, please contact the Broward County 4-H office directly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Resources and Links
- Florida 4-H Resources
- National 4-H Resources
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