4-H Ontario

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4-H is proud to offer a variety of self-guided online projects to explore and get familiar with the types of activities we have to offer.

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Online Registration is now LIVE!

You can now register with your local association ONLINE! We have TONS of fun things planned, that you won’t want to miss.

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Golf this spring in support of 4-H Ontario!

The Ontario 4-H Foundation Annual Golf Tournaments are back in Ottawa and Guelph with a plan to be COVID-19 friendly. Register today and support the future impact of 4-H on youth in Ontario!

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April 19, 2021

New 4-H Canada Youth Advisory Council Representative & Youth Director

4-H Ontario is excited to announce Nicole French will continue as the Director-Youth on the Ontario 4-H Council Board of Directors and Kayla Emmerton was selected as the new 4-H Canada Youth Advisory Council Representative. Nicole French Since the age…

April 9, 2021

2021 4-H Ontario Youth Adventure Camp Made Possible with the Generous Support of the Beeler Family 4-H Ontario Endowment Fund

 2021 4-H Ontario Youth Adventure Camp Made Possible with the Generous Support of the Beeler Family 4-H Ontario Endowment Fund  ROCKWOOD, ONT (March 24th, 2021) – 4-H Ontario is pleased to announce the generous sponsorship of the 4-H Ontario Youth…

March 29, 2021

CRITICAL THINKING

LET’S FLEX THOSE CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS THIS APRIL! We have prepared a fun activity for you to work on your critical thinking skills, by learning how to identify a credible source. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, our lives…

At 4-H Ontario, we recognize that the work of our staff and volunteers take place on traditional Indigenous territories across Ontario. We acknowledge that our head office in Rockwood is located on the traditional Indigenous territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation of the Anishinaabek Peoples. We wish to express gratitude to Mother Earth for the resources we are using and honour all the First Nation, Métis and Inuit people who have been living on the land since time immemorial