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Explore 4-H Online!

With over 50 interactive online activities Cloverbuds @ Home and Explore 4-H Online have everything you need to keep busy at a distance! Click here for more information!

Explore 4-H Online

There’s a lot going on at 4-H Ontario

Stay up to date on current news and updates. 4-H Ontario is busy working to provide a unique and safe 4-H experience for all.

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Online Registration is now LIVE!

We have TONS of fun things planned, that you won’t want to miss. Find your local association and register online to access everything that 4-H has to offer on and offline!

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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!

Golf in Support of 4-H

Livestock Deadline

The livestock deadline is fast approaching! Make sure to register your animal today to participate in livestock shows. Remember that you are still able to participate in a club without an animal and that club completion does not depend on shows!

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May 6, 2021

Ambassador Beat: Caitlyn Kolb (4 Ways to Ensure a Healthy Lifestyle)

This month I am going to talk about fitness and healthy living by sharing some of my favourite tips and activities with you! In this post I will share 4 ways to ensure a healthy lifestyle, 4 of my favourite…

May 6, 2021

Request for Proposal for Project Resource Writer

4-H Ontario is looking for a 4-H Technology & the World Around Us project resource writer. For more information, download the document below:

April 29, 2021

Ontario 4-H Foundation Announces New Trustees

For Immediate Release:  (Rockwood, ON – April 29, 2021) The Ontario 4-H Foundation recently held its annual meeting and congratulates Kim Turnbull of Canfield for being elected chair for the next two year period. Rounding out the executive is Vice-Chair Naomi Lutes…

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