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Bradley Mountain Farm

To be eligible to become a 4-H member, you must:

  • be between 7-18 years old as of January 1st of the project year.
  • Select a project for in-depth study.
  • Record what you learn in your record book.
  • Attend meetings regularly and actively participate.
  • Participate in county fundraising activities.
  • Participate in some form of public presentation.
  • Have your project evaluated at the end of the year.


If you would like to be considered for 4-H membership, please click on the link and fill out the required form.  We will review your application and will let you know if there is an opening in a project area that matches your interests.  Members are assigned on a first-come first-serve basis

Community volunteers are the backbone for a successful county 4-H program. They have an important role in encouraging and guiding youth in learning important life skills and development. Because of their direct involvement with youth, an application process is required by the state.

  • You will need to complete and return the Connecticut Volunteer Application.
  • References will be contacted and a background check will be conducted.
  • Once approved as a 4-H volunteer, you will receive an orientation about 4-H and being an effective volunteer.
  • All steps and training must be completed before you can start.


If you would like to be considered to become a volunteer, please click on the link and fill out the required form.  We will review your application and will let you know if there is an opening in a project area that matches your interests.  Volunteers are assigned based on need and expressed interest by the 4-H Club Leader.

Apple Valley 4-H Club

become a 4-H member

The Bradley Mountain 4-H club will be accepting members and volunteers for project areas.  There are animals available to lease, and you can enter your project in the Hartford County 4-H fair.  To learn more about 4-H, please review our introduction packet.  

4-H is the youth development outreach program of the Land Grant Universities, the Cooperative Extension System, and USDA. It is made up of a community of young people across America who are learning life skills and are supported in this developmental process by caring adult leaders. 4H’ers are actively involved in educational projects that are fun and that use quality curriculum incorporating the most current research and knowledge available through the Land Grant University system. 4-H youth:

  • Have fun
  • Meet new people
  • Learn and do new things
  • Gain life skills
  • Build self-confidence
  • Practice responsibility
  • Set and achieve goals
  • Receive recognition for their efforts

become a 4-H Adult Volunteer

Now accepting Applications for new members and volunteers!