• Community Guidelines

  • Social Media Community Guidelines

    National 4-H Social Networks are managed and monitored by National 4-H Council.

    The purpose of the 4-H page is to build a community of 4-H fans to engage in positive and productive conversation. A team at Council monitors the page daily to make sure postings and discussions are appropriate in nature. Council will respond from time to time, as necessary, or will direct a participant’s questions or concerns to the appropriate party.

    For example, if a member of the page posts something that should be dealt with by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture at USDA, or at the State or County level, Council will notify the member and provide the contact information as well as communicating with NIFA or the State or County leader that they may be contacted regarding the posting. Posts or discussions by community members in no way reflect the views of National 4-H Council.

    By posting on this page you agree that we may use your likeness or comments to promote the 4-H brand. We reserve the right to remove content and/or block you from the community page if your posts are deemed inappropriate due to the following:

    1. Contain language, images or video that is determined to be profane, obscene, vulgar or lewd;
    2. Use language that can be perceived as derogatory or discriminatory (including comments about sex, age, race, sexual orientation, political or religious affiliation);
    3. Spamming comments posted regarding the same content matter, links, video, or any other media;
    4. Use of specific names of individuals, clubs or identifiable names with language that defames, abuses, or threatens;
    5. Promotion of any advertisement for products or services, causes, or solicitation of funds, exceeding more than one post per week.