A Statewide Leadership Workshop for 4-H Horse Project Leaders – Youth (7th grade & up) and Adults
2017 Wisconsin 4-H Horse Leader Conference
November 10-12, 2017 at UW-Oshkosh
PLEASE NOTE: Youth must be 7th grade and up in order to attend the conference.
For YOUTH attending the conference: Complete/update your Health Form in 4-H Online https://wi.4honline.com before you send in your registration. Please make sure your Authorization forms in 4-H Online are complete as well.
For ADULTS attending the conference: Please make sure your Authorization forms in 4-H Online https://wi.4honline.com are complete before you send in your registration. An Adult Health Form (optional) is located below and may be submitted along with registration. All adults who will accompany youth attendees are REQUIRED to submit a completed and signed Chaperone Expectation Statement (see below) along with their registration.
Registration Form Horse Leader Conference 2017 to be posted when available
Chaperone Expectation Statement (REQUIRED for ALL adults who will be accompanying youth participants) to be posted when available
Adult Health Form (optional) to be posted when available
Schedule Horse Leader Conference 2017 to be posted when available
Lodging Opportunities (River Falls years only)
UW-River Falls – even numbered years
UW-Oshkosh – odd numbered years
UW-Extension 4-H Youth Development
Wisconsin 4-H Foundation
Wisconsin 4-H Horse Association
Purpose of the Workshop:
- To offer educational workshops which include both information and hands-on activity ideas for leaders to utilize when teaching youth.
- To provide a forum for strengthening communications relative to the 4-H Horse and Pony Project.
- To provide an opportunity for participants to network and share experiences.
Numerous workshop topics are offered throughout the conference by invited instructors. These topics are a mix of horse, youth and leadership related topics. Workshop participants will also benefit from talking with leaders from across the state to gain new ideas and insights into the 4-H Horse Program