“HomeGrown – Goleta’s 4-H Legacy”
From gardening to growing livestock, and from home economics to fashion design, our local 4-H program has made a significant impact on the lives and legacy in the Goodland.
The exhibition, which included photos, projects, art and more, brought light upon the youth and leaders who’ve embraced the 4-H program over the years.
As the youth development program of the Cooperative Extension System of land-grant universities, 4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization, empowering six million young people throughout the United States. Our local Goleta 4-H program began in the 1920s and continues today.
The Goleta 4-H Club was recently given the honor of “Pioneer Recognition” by Goleta Valley Historical Society. READ MORE about the 4-H History of Goleta.
Exhibit sponsored by:
Alice Tweed Tuohy Foundation
And Robin & Reid Cederlof