As the state moves to Phase III of the COVID re-opening plan, Virginia Cooperative Extension and 4-H are resuming some in-person programming and services will continue to provide contactless and distance-based methods, such as using drop boxes for samples and pickup, phones, and virtual delivery of educational programming.
This website will provide current information on local office hours, programming, and more. We look forward continuing to serve our community.
The James City County office of Virginia Cooperative Extension is your local connection to Virginia's land-grant universities, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University. Through educational programs based on research and developed with input from local stakeholders, we help the people of James City County improve their lives. We provide education through programs in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Family and Consumer Sciences, 4-H Youth Development, and Community Viability.
The James City County Office of Virginia Cooperative Extension is still closed to the public. Please visit the COVID19 Resource page above for the official statement with details on the office closure
2021 4-H Junior Summer Camp
4-H Junior Summer Camp is scheduled for July 21-24, 2021. Camper registration will open on April 24, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. through our online format only. Visit our Camp page for more information. The registration links will be found under the Registration tab.
James City County VCE office is in charge of planning for and processing registration for our week of 4-H Junior summer camp. Jamestown 4-H Center is just the facility we use during the week for camp programming. Registration and/or questions regarding James City County 4-H Junior Summer Camp should be directed to the James City County Extension office at 757-564-2170 or firstname.lastname@example.org, NOT the Jamestown 4-H Center
Are you between the ages of 13 and 16, love history and want to explore volunteer possibilities as a costumed historical interpreter?
Become a 4-H Peer Teacher at Jamestown Settlement or the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. Learn to be a costumed historical interpreter and join the volunteer youth crew. Teens from Gloucester, York/Poquoson and James City are eligible to participate in this program.
Selected youth will spend five days training alongside a costumed interpreter to master one station within their site (it could be knots for example on the ships). Upon completion of the training sessions and successful master of the station, youth may be asked to continue volunteering for the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation as a costumed interpreter. For additional information contact Krista Gustafson, 4-H Agent, Gloucester County at Kgustaf@vt.edu or 804-693-2602
Applications are due May 3rd in the Gloucester Extension office.
Virginia Food Access Network (VFAN)
The Virginia Food Access Network (VFAN) accelerates efforts, connects partners, and shares resources to solve child hunger in Virginia and create nutritious food access for all Virginians.