4-H Alberta Multi Species Judging and CDM Virtual Competition

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All 4-H members are invited to participate in the Virtual 4-H Alberta Multi Species Judging and Consumer Decision Making (CDM). The virtual completion will take place in August to allow all members the opportunity to practice judging and participate for day prizes.

What does it take to be a good judge? It takes thinking methodically, forming and backing up decisions, and having confidence. It involves having a keen eye and sticking to your convictions.

It also takes a lot of practice – really “learning to do by doing” at its simplest form. And what better way to learn and show off your off your skills than at the 4-H Alberta Multi Species Judging and CDM Virtual Competition.

Join your 4-H peers for a week long competition of placings, reasons, and webnars all while getting invaluable industry knowledge. Compete for day awards!!

Registration Cost
Regular Registration Deadline (Aug 4)   –   Cost $10

Provincial Event Registration Policies

  • Online Registration opens at 12:00 am on the first day of registration and is available 24 hours a day until midnight of the registration deadline.
  • Registration is not considered complete until full payment is received.

Provincial Event Registration Policies

  • Online Registration opens at 12:00 am on the first day of registration and is available 24 hours a day until midnight of the registration deadline.
  • Registration is not considered complete until full payment is received.
  • All requests for late registration (after the Regular Registration Deadline) will be accepted at the sole discretion of the program lead and will be subject to an additional fee of $25.00 on top of the Regular Registration cost.
  • An administrative fee of $25.00 will be retained on all cancellations. Cancellations received less than 14 days before the event start date will forfeit the entire registration fee unless a delegate replacement is available or extenuating circumstances are at play.