Wisconsin 4-H Policy Updates

Wisconsin 4-H has updated or added several policies to provide 4-H volunteers, members, and staff guidance when planning for higher risk projects and/or activities. Projects and/or activities include:

  • Animal Science Projects and Activities (Update)
  • ATVs and UTVs (New Policy)
  • Bounce Houses and Moonwalks (New Policy)
  • Challenge Course and Zip Lines (New Policy)
  • Dog Project (New Policy)
  • Fishing and Ice Fishing (Updated)
  • Go-Karts (New Policy)
  • Horseless Horse (New Policy)
  • Paddle Sports (Updated Policy)
  • Parades (Updated Policy)
  • Skiing (Downhill) and Snowboarding (New Policy)
  • Sledding, Tubing and Tobogganing Policy (New Policy)
  • Trampolines (New Policy)
  • Woodworking (New Policy)

Remember, all Wisconsin 4-H programs and activities must be supervised by an adult, 18 years of age or older, who is an enrolled and approved 4-H volunteer or a staff member. The purpose is to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants.

Visit the Wisconsin 4-H Policies webpage for policy changes and details: https://4h.extension.wisc.edu/resources/wisconsin-4-h-policies/.

Submit questions, comments or concerns to Wisconsin 4-H Program Leadership by using the Care to Share Form: https://4h.extension.wisc.edu/contact-us/care-to-share/

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