Kelsey Creek Critters is a rabbit and poultry project 4-H club that meets at Kelsey Creek Farm in Bellevue. 4-H is a federal program administered through land grant universities and was originally designed to promote experimentation and adoption of new agricultural discoveries through organized youth clubs and programming in the schools. Washington State University administers 4-H in King County through the extension program. We meet the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the educational barn at Kelsey Creek Farm at 7pm- several of the resident farm rabbits were formerly owned by 4-H members! If you have questions about membership, rabbits, or poultry, please send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we'll get in touch.
Originally the Issaquah Bunnies, Kelsey Creek Critters was born when Kelsey Creek Park offered our club a permanent home several years ago. Currently accepting new members, we are a medium-sized club and primarily focused on the rabbit project. Several members pursue other projects including photography, foods and nutrition, creative and fine arts, vegetable gardening and knitting. You might have seen us at Farm Fair or Sheep Shearing greeting and sharing our rabbits with the public.
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