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4-H Member Forms

4-H Memebership Forms

Want to become a part of Washington County 4-H, click HERE

Maryland 4-H Behavioral Expectations

University of Maryland Extension 4-H Code of Animal Science Ethics

Livestock Registration Form

Request for 4-H Membership Across County/City Lines

Helpful Information

Animal Science Show Requirements by Species

Diamond Clover Award  Program

Maryland 4-H All Stars Diamond Clover Volunteers - This PowerPoint gives an overview of the 4-H Diamond Clover Project and how 4-H All Stars can provide service in serving as Mentors/ Committee Members/ Resources for those 4-H members who are interested in submitting a Plan/Project and have questions. Please contact Jessica Sizemore to connect with a Maryland 4-H All-Star.


Diamond Clover – Level 6 applications are due to the state 4-H Office by September 30th. Your county/city will need to review your proposal before you submit your proposal to the PORTAL below.  After your Educator approves your proposal, download all documents, fill in all information, then upload them to the Portal below.  

Level Six Service Learning Project Proposal Form (Word Version HERE) - This is your planning document and your proposal form.


Submit PROPOSAL Documents to this portal ONLY. Final project reports are to be submitted to the portal below. ALL documents must be uploaded into the PORTAL to be considered submitted.   If you are having problems uploading, please consult your County/City 4-H Office for assistance.

Separate Diamond Clover Level 6 into 2 boxes. 1st box is for Proposals and 2nd box is for Final Reports


Diamond Clover- Level 6 Final PROJECT Reports

Once you have completed your approved Diamond Clover Project and you have received all appropriate signatures, submit your Diamond Clover level 6 report and support materials by September 30th in the Portal link below.


Diamond Clover Level 6 Final Report Requirements:  

1. Level Six Diamond Clover Final Report Part 1 and Part 2- completed and signed forms

2. Summary – 2-4 page summary of your project (you can update the content from your proposal and also include what you learned and accomplished, what you would change, any challenges you faced and how you overcame them, the plan for sustainability, etc.)

3. Photos – any photos that document your project

4. Public Relations – social media, snapshots, newspaper/newsletter articles, or other sources that document your project

5. MD 4-H Gala Write-up – a synopsis of your overall project that will be read (2 minutes or less) at the MD 4-H Gala

6. Time Log – A final chart showing the time you spent on each phase of the project (refer to proposal)

If appropriate guidelines are not followed, project will not be recognized. All dates must be observed to achieve recognition.


Animal Science Forms

Livestock Registration Form (Tag In Form)

Poultry, Rabbit & Cavy Registration Form - Due by June 1

Dog Project ID Card - Due by June 1

Horse and Pony ID Card - Due by June 1

4-H Code of Animal Science EthicsDue by June 1

Animal Leases

4-H Animal Lease Program Statement of Understanding and Release

Animal Lease Form - Breeding

Animal Lease Form - Performance

4-H Animal Husbandry and Quality Assurance Program

 MD 4-H Animal Science Resource Link

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