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Jackson County LogoThe Jackson County Extension office provides assistance and programs for citizens in five main areas: Agriculture, Horticulture, Family and Consumer Science, Natural Resources and 4-H Youth Programs.

4-24-18 4-H memo

Good  Morning,


  • OFFICE HOURS: Mon-Thur: 6:00 am-4:30 pm. At this time the Extension Office WILL NOT be open on Friday’s.
  • Save the Dates:
    – Horse & Dog ID’s- May 1st.-
    Add new horses or dogs or reactivate animals.

– 4-H Council Meeting- May 1st @ 6:30 pm

– Shooting Sports Organizational Meeting- May 9th at 6:00 pm  @ Wattenberg Center – 4-H Shooting Members must attend this meeting with at least one parent.

– MQA- May 17th at 6:oo pm @ Wattenberg Center- for all first year livestock 4-H members and first year seniors. More info to follow

– Swine, Lamb & Goat Weigh-in- June 2nd 9-11 am

– Rabbit and Poultry Intent to complete a project deadline- June 1st Please call the Extension Office

– NorthWest Colorado EXPO- hosted in Jackson County this year- June 11th-15th– Registration is now OPEN. Register through . Directions are attached.

  • State 4-H Conference: June 19-22, 2018
    State 4-H Conference is for senior 4-H members, must be 14 by Dec 31, 2017. State Conference is held on the CSU Campus. If interested in attending please let Lacey know ASAP.
  • 4-H Sportfishing: If your kid(s) are interested in doing 4-H Sportfishing this year please contact Leader Kelli Pittington 970-222-2132.
  • 4-H Dance: Dance will start on June 15 and will tentatively meet every Friday. If you enroll for Dance, you need to give Christine (970-819-8630) 24 hour notice if you will be unable to attend a session.
  • Council Requirements:
    – Attend 2 Council meetings (only 4 left)
    – Clean the SCD Basement once per year
    – Participate in a Council community service

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