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 80 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.
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.”
Province Announces Funding for New Manitoba 4-H Scholarship Program
The Manitoba government is investing $1 million to establish a new 4-H Manitoba Scholarship Program that will provide post-secondary scholarships to current and former 4-H members to further their post-secondary studies, Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Blaine Pedersen announced on Wednesday, November 4, 2020. Please click here to read the province’s news release.
Minister Pedersen Declares November as 4-H Month
Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Blaine Pedersen has proclaimed November as 4-H Month in the province. To read the proclamation, please click here and to watch a video message from Minister Pedersen, please click here.
Covid-19 Update – November 6, 2020
With the move to Red level in Southern Health Region as of Monday, November 9, and Winnipeg Metropolitan Region remaining in Red level and the rest of Manitoba in Orange level under the province’s pandemic response system as of Monday, November 2, 4-H Manitoba clubs are reminded to follow the provincial health guidelines for their areas. See links below. Please be advised: In Winnipeg Metropolitan Region, the maximum size of gatherings is 5 people. In all other regions of the province including Southern, all public and indoor group gathering sizes are limited to a maximum of five in addition to a household.