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4-H is sponsored in Colorado by Extension of Colorado State University. Nationally, it is part of Extension Service in the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The people in charge of 4-H locally are the County Extension Director & Ag Agent Linda Masters, 4-H Coordinators Tera Shults and Jayda Lewis and Admin Support Inge Bair supported in part by your Rio Blanco County Commissioners.
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To be a member of 4-H in Colorado, youth may be no younger than 5 years old no older than 18 years old on December 31st of the current enrollment year. The Colorado 4-H enrollment is open 365 days a year for new members. The enrollment year begins October 1st. Returning members must re-enroll by February 1. The age of participants in 4-H programs is determined by the age of each youth on December 31st of the enrollment year. Cloverbuds is the name given to the non-competitive Colorado 4-H Youth Development Program for 5 to 7 year-olds.