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4-H Ontario

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4-H is passionate about preparing young people for the future and showing them that with the right skills and attitude, anything is possible.

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Leadership In Action Summer Magazine 2022

Just in time for the first day of Summer! Download your copy of the 2022 Summer Magazine filled with 4-H stories, highlights of the year and lots of fun activities sure to keep you busy all summer long.

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The 4-H 4-U Podcast is back for Season Two!

Welcome to 4-H 4-U, where we hope to inspire you to use your head, heart, hands and health to best serve yourself and others, each and every day.

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Discovery Days are Back!

Discovery Days are a fantastic one-day 4-H experience for 4-H participants and for youth curious about joining 4-H or wanting to have a fun day. Find one near you today!

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4-H Volunteer Participation Form

NEW in 2022 – all active volunteers are required to complete the Annual Volunteer Participation Form.

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Register for Your Online Experience!

Through our Cloverbuds At Home Experience and Online Explore 4-H Project, Cloverbuds (ages 6-8) and youth participants (ages 9-21) can take part in fun, experiential activities through Google Classrooms and receive club completions all virtually!

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Request a 4-H Ontario Ambassador

Looking for an energetic 4-H’er to support your upcoming event? Or maybe a youth perspective on the value of the 4-H program? Complete a request for a 2022 4-H Ontario Ambassador!

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Virtual Art Show is Open!

Virtual Art Show is back with a new virtual gallery! Let’s get creative over your summer break and have fun!

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July 22, 2022

Learning about sustainable agriculture with 4-H

By Dougie Robinson Hi everyone! I’m here to share about the Soil & Crop Club, my favourite club that includes sustainable agriculture. In the Soil and Crop Club, you will learn about many interesting things like the new technology being…

June 23, 2022

Five tips to make lasting and meaningful friendships

Ambassador Beat Blog By Dougie Robinson Hey everyone! It is that crazy time of year again when 4-H clubs of all kinds are starting. Fairs, judging nights, Go For The Gold competitions are popping up and 4-H campers are packing…

June 22, 2022

4-H Ontario receives $150,000 from Ontario Trillium Foundation to support participant recruitment

ROCKWOOD, ONT. (June 22, 2022) – In April 4-H Ontario was awarded a $150,000 Resilient Communities Fund grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to support the research, development and implementation of a participant recruitment strategy. The participant recruitment strategy will help…

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