If you plan to be involved in the dairy industry in any way, Dairy Sen$e is for you! Dairy Sen$e® offers an invaluable, intensive opportunity to learn the business and operations of dairy and apply them to your farm.
In 2022 4-H Ontario and Farmers’ Markets Ontario hosted their first pilot project with four 4-H associations taking part in their local farmers’ market. Learn more about how your club or association can participate in this partnership in 2023!
Here you will find a variety of resources to support mental health awareness. They can be used in many different ways to support your personal mental health, to promote conversation and to even support club meeting activities. There is so much to explore, and we hope that you’ll get great use out of them.
Happy Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month (CALM)! Celebrate your love in our Virtual Art Show in partnership with AgScape. Visit the gallery today and don’t forget to submit your masterpiece. Theme is Our Food Our Story.
GUELPH, ONT. (Nov. 23, 2022) – Rhett Terpstra of the Perth 4-H Association was awarded the 2022 Justin Parish Memorial Bursary at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto on November 8. The Bursary was established by the Parish family in…
GUELPH, ONT. (Nov. 15, 2022) – Addison Dwyre of the Frontenac 4-H Association was awarded the 2022 Bertram and Hazel Stewart 4-H Dairy Youth Education Award and Bursary at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto on November 8. The Award…
4-H Ontario recognizes that we live, learn and work on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of many Indigenous Nations and communities that have, and continue to call Ontario home. Our main office in Guelph/Eramosa, ON is located on the ancestral land and territory of the Anishinabewaki, Haudenosaunee, Attiwonderonk, Mississauga and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. This territory is also covered by the Haldimand Treaty of 1784 and Treaty 3 of 1972. We recognize and commit to the work that follows this acknowledgement to ensure reconciliation and a bright future for Indigenous peoples and youth. We encourage all residents and visitors of Ontario to learn about the land you walk on, and do your part in supporting and preserving Indigenous traditions, cultures, languages, Ways of Knowing (knowledge) and spirituality.