Rio Arriba County 4-H Youth Development Program - NMSU

Rio Arriba County 4-H Youth Development Program - NMSU

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Thank you extension crew for always being so organized and helpful at check-in time!! We appreciate you!! Your smiles are a great kick-off to fair week each year. 🍀🍀🍀🍀

"To make the Best Better" Learn by Doing.....

Going Green Since 1902 Fact: 4-H is the largest youth organization in the world with 7 million youth members and 603,000 volunteer leaders.

Operating as usual

06/08/2021

Opportunity!!
STEM Sisterhood Tour For
Who: Rising 6th-8th grade girls
When: June 14-18, 2021 from 9-11:30 am
This camp will meet VIRTUALLY on ZOOM.
Register today by clicking the link below!
https://stem.nmsu.edu/summer-camp/

Opportunity!!
STEM Sisterhood Tour For
Who: Rising 6th-8th grade girls
When: June 14-18, 2021 from 9-11:30 am
This camp will meet VIRTUALLY on ZOOM.
Register today by clicking the link below!
https://stem.nmsu.edu/summer-camp/

05/25/2021

Attention Rabbit Exhibitors!

Attention Rabbit Exhibitors!

Kale Apple Salad 05/25/2021

Kale Apple Salad

Kale and Apple Salad
https://youtu.be/KqW_RQs4dw0

Kale Apple Salad Looking for an easy and nutrient packed side dish? Our Kale Apple salad makes a great addition to any meal!

05/21/2021

High school students, here is a camp for you.
To register: https://ird.nmsu.edu/dkc.html

High school students, here is a camp for you.
To register: https://ird.nmsu.edu/dkc.html

05/18/2021

Happening now!

05/15/2021

Quick message from our Cassidy, NM State Ambassador

Due June 1
State 4-H Leadership Team Applications
For applications, contact your county extension office or go to the NM 4-H website athttps://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/documents/nm-state-4-h-leadership-team-program-2021-2022.pdf

Photos from NMSU 4-H Youth Development's post 05/14/2021

Reminder:
Virtual New Mexico 4-H Dog School Dates: June 5th - 11th, 2021.
Online registration is required and due by Friday, May 21, 2021.
Below is the flyer and youth registration form for county use.
The online registration link can be found here: https://fs8.formsite.com/v3qCRM/sbwtme4nos/index.html
Video submission information: Participant’s presentation video submissions will open on Friday, June 11th and close on Friday, June 18th. Videos are to be uploaded on "Dropbox". Dropbox instructions will be shared to registered participants.
***There will not be an in person event scheduled for this year***
If you have any questions please contact Linda Herrera at: [email protected]

05/13/2021

JUNE 11, 2021 MCGEE PARK, FARMINGTION, NM

FEATURING THREE SHOWMANSHIP TRACKS:
GOAT, SHEEP, AND SWINE
CHECK-IN FROM 8-10 AM
INSTRUCTION BEGINS AT 11 AM
REGISTRATION $25

ONLINE REGISTRATION:
HTTPS://FS28.FORMSITE.COM/KALANDER/23CVZKZ5CP/INDEX.HTML

JUNE 11, 2021 MCGEE PARK, FARMINGTION, NM

FEATURING THREE SHOWMANSHIP TRACKS:
GOAT, SHEEP, AND SWINE
CHECK-IN FROM 8-10 AM
INSTRUCTION BEGINS AT 11 AM
REGISTRATION $25

ONLINE REGISTRATION:
HTTPS://FS28.FORMSITE.COM/KALANDER/23CVZKZ5CP/INDEX.HTML

05/12/2021

Please join us May 15, 2021 for a Balloon powered car STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) workshop. This event is open to ALL 4-H members. Youth are welcome to invite a friend. Participants will use everyday household items to build a speedy toy car. In this activity, youth will learn physics, engineering, and energy concepts, including Newton’s law of motion. Please register by May 14, 2021. Registration is available at https://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/virtual-events.html. For questions, please contact Courtney Mitchell, Extension agent in Harding County, at [email protected].

Please join us May 15, 2021 for a Balloon powered car STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) workshop. This event is open to ALL 4-H members. Youth are welcome to invite a friend. Participants will use everyday household items to build a speedy toy car. In this activity, youth will learn physics, engineering, and energy concepts, including Newton’s law of motion. Please register by May 14, 2021. Registration is available at https://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/virtual-events.html. For questions, please contact Courtney Mitchell, Extension agent in Harding County, at [email protected].

05/10/2021

Opportunity remember for senior members!

05/10/2021

Opportunity

05/10/2021

Happy Mother’s Day!

05/06/2021

Opportunity!!

Awesome event you will want to attend! Also, be on the lookout for a flier regarding in person livestock school June 11th at McGee Park, Farmington, NM. please reach out to Zane if you have any questions.

What You Need to Know about Sun Safety 05/06/2021

What You Need to Know about Sun Safety

Sun Safety
15.5% of U.S. high school students regularly wear sunscreen
4.5% of U.S high school students used an indoor tanning device in the past year
By making sun safety a habit, people can avoid sunburn and reduce their risk for melanoma. Communities can help by using proven strategies to support sun safety.
https://youtu.be/bKxG31XDbhA

What You Need to Know about Sun Safety Information about What You Need to Know about Sun Safety. Silent video.Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy:http://www.cd...

05/05/2021

Opportunity!!

Please join us May 15, 2021 for a Balloon powered car STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) workshop. This event is open to ALL 4-H members. Youth are welcome to invite a friend. Participants will use everyday household items to build a speedy toy car. In this activity, youth will learn physics, engineering, and energy concepts, including Newton’s law of motion. Please register by May 14, 2021. Registration is available at https://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/virtual-events.html. For questions, please contact Courtney Mitchell, Extension agent in Harding County, at [email protected].

Please join us May 15, 2021 for a Balloon powered car STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) workshop. This event is open to ALL 4-H members. Youth are welcome to invite a friend. Participants will use everyday household items to build a speedy toy car. In this activity, youth will learn physics, engineering, and energy concepts, including Newton’s law of motion. Please register by May 14, 2021. Registration is available at https://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/virtual-events.html. For questions, please contact Courtney Mitchell, Extension agent in Harding County, at [email protected].

05/04/2021

[05/04/21]   Sharing information for State, federal, and nonprofit aid available to Rio Arriba County Citizens.

Photos from Judging Pro's post 05/04/2021

Photos from Judging Pro's post

05/04/2021
Young Cooks Recipe Challenge | Partnership for Food Safety Education 04/30/2021

Young Cooks Recipe Challenge | Partnership for Food Safety Education

Young Cooks Recipe Challenge
THE CHALLENGE ENDS IN…...
Young Cooks Recipe Challenge Logo
Monday, March 22, 2021 – Monday, May 3, 2021
Kids and teens in 1st to 12th grade are invited to enter the
Young Cooks Recipe Challenge!
Tools for Parents & Educators
Who can enter:
Individuals – 1st to 5th grade
Individuals – 6th to 12th grade
Teams – 1st to 5th grade
Teams – 6th to 12th grade
children cooking in a class
A team can be a class, club or organization (scouts, 4H, Boys & Girls Club, etc.), group of friends or family. If there are kids of different ages on the team, the age of the oldest cook is used.

Whether you’re entering as an individual or a team, an adult (age 18+) must complete the online entry form. This adult can be a parent/guardian, teacher, or group leader. Teachers and group leaders may be asked to provide parental permission forms.
https://www.fightbac.org/young-cooks-recipe-challenge/

Young Cooks Recipe Challenge | Partnership for Food Safety Education A team can be a class, club or organization (scouts, 4H, Boys & Girls Club, etc.), group of friends or family. If there are kids of different ages on the

04/29/2021

4H Activity

Photos from NMSU 4-H Youth Development's post 04/28/2021

If you are a young lady (high school and college) here is an opportunity for you! Event is virtual and no registration fee. Check out their website for more details and the registration link.
https://www.womeninagleadership.com/

One of the workshops being offered is -

“Choices in Ag Communications Careers”

A targeted conversation about the limitless options for careers in agricultural communications, marketing, event management and more. This conversation will open the door to career possibilities for leaders in the industry, whether it is in the realm of academia, government or the private sector. Join this dynamic discussion, and learn about all career opportunities available under the umbrella of agricultural communications.

04/28/2021

View our MAY 2021 4-H Cloverleaf Newsletter at:
https://rioarribaextension.nmsu.edu/documents/may-2021-4-h-cloverleaf-newsletterwccrf.pdf

Remember to reach out to us with any 4-H questions or concerns.

View our MAY 2021 4-H Cloverleaf Newsletter at:
https://rioarribaextension.nmsu.edu/documents/may-2021-4-h-cloverleaf-newsletterwccrf.pdf

Remember to reach out to us with any 4-H questions or concerns.

Coffee grounds cover a lot of ground | AgriLife Today 04/26/2021

Coffee grounds cover a lot of ground | AgriLife Today

Coffee grounds going to ground
Probably the most popular and practical use of spent coffee grounds is as a garden soil amendment and for composting.
https://agrilifetoday.tamu.edu/2021/04/05/coffee-grounds-cover-a-lot-of-ground/?fbclid=IwAR0SItmIjrAttMe5C3KeFhWRdo976CJTdu_ZkhzlG_WOQoxTOei8h0Rthec

Coffee grounds cover a lot of ground | AgriLife Today Texas A&M AgriLife experts show how coffee grounds have a variety of uses in the garden and home as well as self-care.

04/23/2021

Looking for a weekend outdoors? How about visiting Abiquiu lake?

Although Earth Day isn't on the weekend, they would like to invite anyone interested in an Earth Day event to come out to the lake this Saturday to help with spring trash cleanup! Just ask a Ranger for a trash bag while visiting, pick up any trash you see, and find a Ranger before you leave, and we'll take care of the rest!

Although Earth Day isn't on the weekend, we would like to invite anyone interested in an Earth Day event to come out to the lake this Saturday to help with spring trash cleanup! Just ask a Ranger for a trash bag while visiting, pick up any trash you see, and find a Ranger before you leave, and we'll take care of the rest!

Photos from NMSU 4-H Youth Development's post 04/21/2021

Opportunity!!
Virtual New Mexico 4-H Dog School Dates: June 5th - 11th, 2021.

Online registration is required and due by Friday, May 21, 2021.
Below is the flyer and youth registration form for county use.
The online registration link can be found here: https://fs8.formsite.com/v3qCRM/sbwtme4nos/index.html

Video submission information: Participant’s presentation video submissions will open on Friday, June 11th and close on Friday, June 18th. Videos are to be uploaded on "Dropbox". Dropbox instructions will be shared to registered participants.

***There will not be an in person event scheduled for this year***

If you have any questions please contact Linda Herrera at: [email protected]

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

A country music icon. An NFL superstar. A renowned chef. A very funny scientist...Can you guess who will be popping in to the #4HYouthinAction Virtual Celebration to congratulate the winners? Head to our stories for clues and share your guesses!

A country music icon. An NFL superstar. A renowned chef. A very funny scientist...Can you guess who will be popping in to the #4HYouthinAction Virtual Celebration to congratulate the winners? Head to our stories for clues and share your guesses!

04/20/2021

Reminder! Last day to register!

Free Event!
Healthy Habits Family Fun Day
Join us virtually, May 1, 2021, 9:00am – 12:00noon

Guest Speaker: Cowboy Ted
• Cooking session
• Interactive workshops
• Each family receives cooking materials beforehand
• Thank you gifts for attending
• Space is limited

Register by April 20th at https://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/virtual-events.html

Sponsored by Walmart.org

Free Event!
Healthy Habits Family Fun Day
Join us virtually, May 1, 2021, 9:00am – 12:00noon

Guest Speaker: Cowboy Ted
• Cooking session
• Interactive workshops
• Each family receives cooking materials beforehand
• Thank you gifts for attending
• Space is limited

Register by April 20th at https://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/virtual-events.html

Sponsored by Walmart.org

Photos from NMSU 4-H Youth Development's post 04/20/2021

Quick reminder! Contact your club leader for more information!

04/15/2021

This month, SW Ag Center is talking all things ATV safety. As summer approaches, more and more teens and adults will be riding ATVs for work or play. ATVs on farms are often used to inspect crops, livestock and more. We want to make sure that riders know
how to operate these vehicles safely and properly. When selecting an ATV that offers the most versatility for agriculture work, choose one with a coil spring shock absorber suspension system, an automatic clutch, reverse gear, shaft drive, and a differential with a locking mechanism.
Intro to ATV Safety
bit.ly/introatv
Clothing & Protective Gear
bit.ly/clothingatv
Safe Riding Strategies For Ag Workers
bit.ly/safeagatv
Riding Skills & Techniques
bit.ly/ridingskillsatv

This month, SW Ag Center is talking all things ATV safety. As summer approaches, more and more teens and adults will be riding ATVs for work or play. ATVs on farms are often used to inspect crops, livestock and more. We want to make sure that riders know
how to operate these vehicles safely and properly. When selecting an ATV that offers the most versatility for agriculture work, choose one with a coil spring shock absorber suspension system, an automatic clutch, reverse gear, shaft drive, and a differential with a locking mechanism.
Intro to ATV Safety
bit.ly/introatv
Clothing & Protective Gear
bit.ly/clothingatv
Safe Riding Strategies For Ag Workers
bit.ly/safeagatv
Riding Skills & Techniques
bit.ly/ridingskillsatv

04/13/2021

Opportunity!!

Free Event!
Healthy Habits Family Fun Day
Join us virtually, May 1, 2021, 9:00am – 12:00noon

Guest Speaker: Cowboy Ted
• Cooking session
• Interactive workshops
• Each family receives cooking materials beforehand
• Thank you gifts for attending
• Space is limited

Register by April 20th at https://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/virtual-events.html

Sponsored by Walmart.org

Photos from Judging Pro's post 04/13/2021

Term Tuesday from Judging Pro!

04/13/2021

Opportunity!! Invite from our Plymouth County 4-H program.

Opportunity!! Invite from our Plymouth County 4-H program.

Timeline Photos 04/06/2021

Timeline Photos

What are you doing to start your week on a positive note? 😃#MondayMotivation #Opportunity4All

04/06/2021

Opportunity!

New Mexico 4-H Community Service Scholarship applications are due to the State 4-H Office for:
•Dog School - due April 15, 2021
•Livestock Schools - due April 15, 2021
•State 4-H Conference - due April 15, 2021
•Ambassador/Officer Positions – due May 1, 2021
All are due to the State 4-H Office. For more information go to
https://aces.nmsu.edu/4h/scholarships#anchor_35339

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Our very own, Hallie gave her retiring address tonight! We are PROUD of you Hallie!!
Big THANK YOU to Sim and the Guys for making the event happen! #FriendsOf4H #RioArriba4H #SimRocks
Happy Holidays from Rio Arriba County 4-H!
Special Thank you to Mr. Ted Nuce for the words of encouragement!
Happy Monday!Congratulations 4-Her! 2013-2014 Winners announced at yesterday's Awards Program included:Outstanding Novic...
Can you Survive:12....Premier of the 2015 Rio Arriba County 4-H Senior Fellowship Lock-in promotional video....Registrat...
2009-2010 4-H Year

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State Road 554 House #122-A Or State Rd 162-Building 149
Abiquiu, NM
87510

General information

The 4-H youth development program is a dynamic non-formal education program. 4-H provides opportunities to learn life skills, gain knowledge while having fun, and make contributions in such areas as environmental education, community service, and current youth issues. The 4-H program is dedicated to providing opportunities for young people to develop leadership and management skills, positive self-esteem, effective communication skills, a solid sense of personal responsibility and the ability to make sound decisions. The life-skills learned in 4-H enable youth to become productive, well-informed, self-reliant responsible adults.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
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