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The YAIP program was developed by Kentucky Agricultural Development to facilitate a growing need for a specialized program that would benefit youth actively engaged in agriculture. The focus of the program is on youth developing agricultural projects, as well as strengthening partnerships with school ag programs, Cooperative Extension, and 4-H/FFA organizations.
➨ 2022 YAIP Guidelines
➨ Student Application Form
➨ Student Report Form
About the Program: See 2022 Application Guidelines for more detailed information.
Applicant shall be enrolled in elementary, middle or high school; this includes home schooled students.
Applicant shall be at least 9 years of age by January 1, 2022.
Applicant shall provide their individual Social Security Number (SSN).
Applicant shall have parental consent if under the age of 18.
Mentorship is required from one of the following types of organizations
a. 4-H Leader or Extension Agent
b. FFA Leader or School Ag Teacher
c. Other Agricultural Organization
Applicant shall complete one of the following:
a. Make a presentation to mentor and peers related to the approved project
a. Organize one (1) event in partnership with 4-H, FFA or other agricultural organization relative to the following:
i. Community service event
ii. Workshop or field day
Applicant shall complete at least one educational component from one of the following:
a. 4-H club education – specific to investment area
b. FFA program education – specific to investment area
c. Leadership or Community Service
d. Marketing or Promotion
Eligible Investment Areas:
Hydroponics & Aquaponics
Technology - Computer Software
Value-Added & Marketing
Beef, Dairy (no bull purchases)
Goat, Equine, Sheep, Rabbit, Swine, Poultry
Forage & Grain Improvement
Showmanship (Beef, Dairy, Equine, Goat, Sheep, Swine, Poultry, Rabbit)
Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE)
Country Ham Projects
YAIP is administered by the Warren County 4-H Council
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