Youth & 4-H

youth

CCEDC Youth Development Programs empower young people to reach their full potential. Our programs enable youth to emerge as leaders through hands-on experiential learning, research-based 4-H youth programs, and adult mentorship, in order to give back to their local communities.

We are pleased to be able to offer youth programming though three of our four program areas, as follows:

4-H Youth Development
  • 4-H Club Program
  • Green Teen Community Gardening Program
  • Ag in the Classroom Program
  • 4-H Teen Ambassador Club
Environment & Energy
  • No Child Left Inside (NCLI)
Family & Consumer Education
  • Financial Literacy for Youth (FLY)
  • Nutrition & Fitness Youth Programs

Thank you for your interest in CCEDC Youth Development programming.

Events

4-H Public Presentations

March 7, 2015 at 9:00AM

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Ag Literacy Week

March 16, 2015 at 12:00AM

The fiber industry in New York is strong, vibrant, and imperative. Learn about the many animals that put the clothes on our backs, how those animals are cared for, and the process of fiber production. » Read More

4-H Program Advisory Meeting

March 18, 2015 at 7:00PM

Monthly planning meeting for 4-H Youth Development program. » Read More

Updates

Positive Parenting Workshop: Parenting Styles and Discipline

November 2014

Are You a Jelly Fish or a Brick Wall? Join us for a workshop and find out your parenting style. » Read More

Draft Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan Public Meeting

October 2014

Save the date! October 29th...let your voice be heard at our public meeting on the Draft Agriculture and Farmland Protection Plan. » Read More

Governor Cuomo Announces New Outdoor Farmers' Market to Premiere at the Taste NY Market at Todd Hill This Weekend

September 2014

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced yesterday that a brand new outdoor farmers' market will premiere this weekend at the Taste NY Market at Todd Hill, located on the Taconic State Parkway in Dutchess County. Taste NY companies will offer their products every Friday and Sunday through November 2, including a Hudson Valley winery, as well as a number of meat and vegetable producers. » Read More