4-H Youth Development Policies
The statewide 4-H Youth Development policies cover membership, enrollment, participation options, 4-H club requirements, youth protection, program safety regulations, finances and more. Read the most current Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development policies.
4-H Name and Emblem
The official 4-H Emblem is a clover with four leaves and an “H” on each leaf. The 4-H Emblem is not a plain four-leaf clover. The 4-H Emblem should appear in specific colors and in its entirety. The 4-H Name & Emblem belongs to the 4-H Youth Development Program, under the authority of USDA and anyone wishing to use it must obtain permission to use it ahead of time. Read the rest of National 4-H Name and Emblem policy.
4-H and UW-Extension co-branding
The University of Wisconsin-Extension recently released new guidelines for branding and logo use requiring that the 4-H Clover always appear with the UW-Extension logo on printed and web materials produced by Wisconsin 4-H clubs, groups and offices, such as:
- Pens and pencils
- Yard signs
- And more
Co-branded 4-H and UW-Extension logos are available here. Contact your county 4-H educator if you need other versions. Read the rest of the Wisconsin 4-H co-branding policy.