Don’t Forget to ReEnroll in 4-H Online for this Project Year!

1 month left to register to consider a member in good standing for this project year.

Deadline to register is January 1!

Please follow these directions to re-enroll for the new 4-H program year.
To begin, go to

You should be able to login with your current information (username: email and password.) If you’ve forgotten your password, click the Reset Password link to have a temporary password sent to your email address.

And just a reminder that 4-H Online has a new look and includes new features that we hope improve your 4-H experience.

For instructions go to:

You are invited to share in some Fall fun & enter Gloucester County 4-H ‘Guess the # of Candy Corn’ Contest! 

All you need to do is:
1) Be registered in 4HOnline for the 2020-21 4-H year in your County/Club.
2) Follow the link below to enter your guess for how many pieces of autumn candy corn mix are in the above photograph (34oz candy jar) by December 1, 2020.

There are e-gift card prizes for the 3 closest guesses (contest details are in the entry link).

Have fun, happy guessing, and GOOD LUCK!

New STEP available open to all, 4-H members and Non-4-H Members.

NJ 4-H Food Security Seminar Series

Register here for one or all sessions.

November 30: Spoilage, Waste, and Food Security
December 7: Policy, governance, and Food Security
December 14: Infectious Diseases and Food Security

NJ 4-H Food Security Coalition

New Jersey 4-H is recruiting a team to participate in the World Food Prize Research Project. Youth members will work with a team to develop individual research projects addressing global food security issues. Participants will meet once a week with mentors and peers to prepare their research projects. Projects will be presented at the Rutgers University Youth Institute Summit on March 5. During this day-long program, students get to learn about critical global issues, network with local leaders, engage in hands-on activities, and explore exciting ways to become effective change agents in their own communities, conscientious global citizens, and tomorrow’s scientific humanitarian leaders. Sessions will run on Mondays, 7:00–8:00 pm starting January 4–February 1.

NJ 4-H Global Food Security Collation registration link

4-H Bridge Club

Next Meeting December 10

Youth in 4th grade & above are invited to join the Virtual 4-H Bridge Club. Club members will participate in group activities; learn about time management and organizational skills; explore nutrition, health and wellness; have the opportunity to meet kids from other counties; and more. Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of each month, 7:00-8:00 PM.

Register today at:…/SV_4VNLUBdiCHKVb2l
Enrollment is open even after club begins.

4-H members in grades 9-11 are invited to participate in the NJ 4-H Leadership for Life Program, a multi-level leadership development experience. Module 1 training will be held virtually on Saturday, DECEMBER 5.

Registration is due by December 1, 2020. For more information and the registration forms visit:

DATE: DECEMBER 8, 2020 (3:00PM-4:00PM)


Put on your lab coats and get ready for some do-it-yourself science! Join us on December 8th from 3 to 4pm on Zoom where we’ll be exploring the wild world of hands-on science. In this fully interactive event, we’ll show you how to make your own groovy lava lamp, master the weather in your own home, and create mystifying magic paper towel art.

This event is open to all youth (you do not need to be a 4-H member to participate!) in grades 1-4. So register below and invite your non-4-H friends to have some fun and learn a little something along the way. All participants will be emailed the necessary resources prior to the event.



Squat away 2020 with this new 4-H challenge – get stronger, change your mindset, and get ready for a more confident YOU in 2021!

Click on the link to register and join the fun: WWW.TINYURL.COM/4HSQUATSCHALLENGE

The State Line Tack Fall Festival Show Series,
4-H Edition Session

No entry fees. Open to 4-H members and 4-H Alum.
Classes include:
Hairiest Horse
Stock Halter
Saddle Type Halter
Mini/Pony Halter

More information go to:…/fall-festival-4-h-edition/

4-H AT HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS from National 4-H

This holiday season, enjoy your extra time indoors with these fun science, baking, and crafting activities. Whether you’re a mad scientist, a curious baker (and taster), or a daring dreamer, there’s a little something here for everyone.

Fun Holiday Activities for Kids | 4-H (

FREE DOWNLOAD available. The guide has 15 at-home activities to help your kid continue doing and learning during the holiday season and get a bonus Holiday Cooking Making cookbook with over 20 tasty recipes from 4-H’ers across the country!

Junior and Senior High School
4-H Members

New Jersey Farm Bureau logo

The New Jersey Farm Bureau offers free membership to Junior and Senior High School 4-H and FFA members. NJFB supports the NJ 4-H Program and sponsors a portion of the delegates attending the National 4-H Conference annually. 

Youth can join online at or complete the form on attached is the NJFB Membership Flyer.

Information and Programs For Our 4-H Parents and Leaders

Have you seen this Insect?

Young juvenile spotted lanternfly
Adult spotted lanternfly
Older juvenile spotted lanternfly

Some people may think it is a moth but it’s really the Asian plant hopper known as the spotted lanternfly (SLF), Lycorma deliculata (White), and is a member of the order Hemiptera, family Fulgoridae. In the USA, the spotted lanternfly is an invasive species that could be very devastating to some New Jersey crops and hardwood trees.

If you think you have seen or collected a spotted lanternfly please report it (please include the town and county where the specimen was found and attach a photograph) to the New Jersey Department of Agriculture and the Department of Entomology at the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences by emailing Farmers, nurserymen, and vineyardists should also report sightings to

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