Welcome to 4-H Manitoba

4-H is an international youth and volunteer organization. It’s a program that provides members with the resources and activities to build self-confidence, communication, and leadership skills while learning about a topic of their choice.

Each member picks a project and works with a volunteer leader to develop his/her skills related to the project of choice. In Manitoba there are over 60 interesting hands-on projects like beef, photography, outdoor living, machines, crafts and more!

Beyond projects there are also club activities, provincial events and travel opportunities where members can meet new people, build friendships and have fun!

Today, 4-H clubs in Manitoba are driven by thousands of 4-H members and volunteers, plus a strong partnership with Manitoba Agriculture.

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MISSION “Building leadership in youth and adults through unique, practical experiences.”

VISION “4-H: A vibrant program blending tradition and innovation for a quality experience.”

 

Featured News

Canadian Young Speakers for Agriculture 2017 Delegate Reflections

Rosemund Ragetli from the Headingley 4-H Club and Tessa Warkentine from the Winkler Trailblazers 4-H Club attended the 33rd Annual Canadian Young Speakers for Agriculture (CYSA) competition the first weekend of November 2017. The competition was held in conjunction with the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto. Rosemund competed in the Junior category and took first place, while Tessa competed in the Senior category. They both represented Manitoba very well.

Click HERE to read about Rosemund’s experience.

Click HERE to read about Tessa’s experience.

You can also watch videos of their speeches.

Manitoba Moose 4-H Game Day

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4-H Manitoba Canada 150 Art Challenge Finals

The 4-H Manitoba Canada 150 Art Challenge has concluded. Between June and October, M4HC staff coordinated Regional Competitions in Brandon, Lundar, Boissevain, Dauphin, Portage la Prairie, Dugald, Hamiota, Winkler, The Pas and Roland. Thirty-four clubs submitted canvases for a total of 37 entries.

Twenty canvases advanced from the Regional Competitions to the Provincial Finals. Those clubs included: Roseland South Brandon 4-H Club, Poplar Hill 4-H Club, Lundar 4-H Beef Club, Lundar Happy Hands 4-H Club, Boissevain Home and Hobby 4-H Club, Dand Belles et Beaux 4-H Club, Laurier Lucky Charms 4-H Club, Mountainview 4-H Club, Gladstone Handiworkers 4-H Club, Gainsborough Combined 4-H Club, Minerva 4-H Club, Anola Northern Lights 4-H Club (Bison Canvas), Hamiota 4-H Fun Club, Oak Lake Busy Buddies 4-H Club, Woodmore Combined 4-H Club, Morden Achievers 4-H Club, The Pas Helping Hands 4 H Club, Dauphin Plains 4-H Club, Alexander 4-H Club and Oakburn 4-H Achievers.

The judges at the Provincial Finals included: Ralph Eichler, Minister of Agriculture; Dan Mazier, President of Keystone Agricultural Producers; Ron Kristjansson, General Manager of the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba; and Rick Chrest, Mayor of the City of Brandon.

Congratulations to the clubs that placed in the Top 5!
1st place: Roseland South Brandon 4-H Club

2nd Place: Dand Belles et Beaux 4-H Club

3rd Place: Gladstone Handiworkers 4-H Club

4th Place: The Pas Helping Hands 4-H Club

5th Place: Lundar 4-H Beef Club

If you would like to see photos of all of the canvases, click on the link below!

Thank you to the supporters of this opportunity: Canada 150, Growing Forward 2, Keystone Agricultural Producers, McDonalds, Michaels and Trans Canada Pipelines.