805 Ag Kids are students who share a keen interest in agriculture. Ranging from age 5-19, they are dedicated to their education and view participation in animal and agriculture projects as a critical step in the process. Many, in fact, will go on to careers in agri-business.
805 Ag Kids live in Ventura County, Santa Barbara County, San Luis Obispo County, and surrounding areas.
Do kids have to be in an Ag club to be an 805 Ag Kid?
No. 805 Ag Kids is not a club and there are no memberships or dues required. Kids are free to act as independent participants in many local youth activities. Other kids are members of local 4-H Clubs, FFA Chapters and Grange Organizations. Learn more about the local ag programs available to our youth here.
How are funds raised for 805 Ag Kids?
The primary sources of funding for 805 Ag Kids include individual and small business donations, corporate partnerships, and merchandise sales. Details are provided in the Support Our Kids section.
How can kids apply for financial help?
For kids under 18, a parent or legal guardian must complete and submit a request for support through our website. Kids 18 or older may submit their own online application for support. Please click to Money for Kids for details.