K-State Research and Extension and Kansas 4-H have a long history as partners serving youth in Kansas.
The 4-H name and emblem are protected under federal statute Title 18, U.S. Code 707. This provides the 4-H name and emblem with the level of protection afforded other Federal marks, such as the Seal of the President of the United States.
The 4-H name and emblem is intended to represent the ideals of the program with its focus on serving the educational needs and interests of 4-H youth.
More guidelines for using the 4-H logo are available from 4-H national headquarters Click here
Co-branding: K-State Research and Extension and 4-H
Questions about K-State Research and Extension's branding guidelines can be directed to communications, 785-532-5851 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct inquiries related to use of the university Powercat and wordmark to Trademark Licensing at 785-532-6269, or email@example.com.
Branding Guide, main page