4-H Youth Development
We are at the J. Phil Campbell Sr. Research and Education Center.
The address is: 1420 Government Station Road, Watkinsville.
Mailing address is: P. O. Box 107, Watkinsville, GA 30677
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Forms, Applications and Downloads
4-H medical forms and event registration forms can be found at: 4-H Forms, Applications and Downloads
Our Cloverbuds program is open to 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders. If you would like to enroll your child in Cloverbuds, take a look at our Cloverbuds page.
What is 4-H
4-H is an educational youth program focusing on the needs, interests, and concerns of young people. Our aim is to help Oconee youth gain a positive self-concept, develop social skills and decision-making abilities, and learn subject knowledge needed for a productive life. 4-H members develop leadership and citizenship skills through individual project work, group activities, community service, and school meetings. We are the youth division of the UGA Extension program.
4-H began as corn and tomato clubs, but has evolved to become the largest youth organization in the world. Visit the What is 4-H Page to learn more about the 4-H Program.
Oconee 4-H Focus Newsletter
The latest news and happenings can be found each month in the current newsletter. Go to the Newsletter Page to find out what's going on at Oconee County 4-H.
Activities & Events
Oconee County 4-H has many events all year long. From competitions to community service, find out all you need to know. Check out the Activities Page for details of Oconee 4-H events and activities.
High School 4-H'ers in Oconee County are among the most active and successful in the state. Take a look at our Senior 4-H.