Each 4-H Adventure has been designed by 4-H agents and specialists from around the State. Some involve regular scheduled meetings while others can be completed at the participant's own pace.
Creator Guild: July 5 - July 30
Build your appreciation for music, theater, writing, visual arts or all of the above. You do not need to be an artist of have any talent to participate. All you need is a love of arts!
Seed to Food/Plant to Plate: June 3 - July 29
This program focuses on exploring plant science by investigating functions of each plant part; determining the role plants play in our lives; and encouraging mastery for growing plants.
Exploring Veterinary Science Camp: June 21-June 25
This camp provides insight into the world of veterinary science starting in small, large and exotic species.
Virtual Tailgate Camp: June 14-July 3
Learn about the Florida 4-H Tailgating Contest and explore food and fire safety, equipment, meat selection, seasonings, and create your own recipe graphic designs.
US/Iraq Cultural Exchange: June 7-July 14
Engage in a six-week virtual exchange program with students from Florida, Kentucky and Iraq in increasing the understanding of your own culture while exploring the culture of others. This program requires an application to enroll.
Intro to Animal Sciences: June 14-June 18
Learn more about owning your own cow, pig, chicken, goat, lamb or steer, including how to feed the animal, basic healthcare for animals, and recognizing a healthy animal.
Culinary Arts Virtual Camp: June 14-June 17
This program provides educational videos introducing food safety, kitchen skills, kitchen safety, recipe preparation and recipes youth can prepare at home (under adult supervision of course)
Exploring 4-H Cloverbud Adventures: June 14-June 18
This program will engage youth on a journey that leads them through a variety of fun and educational activities related to an assortment of 4-H project areas. Topics include animals, clothing and textiles,
Please click here for detailed information about each program, as well as information on how to register.
If you have any questions, contact the County Extension Office at (904) 530-6353.
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