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.
Club Meetings and Newsletters
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.