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.

RECONNECT WITH YOUR 4-H ROOTS Join www.Club1913 today

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

Calling all 4-H families involved with the 4-H Manitoba – Japan Homestay program in Manitoba current and past!

Please join us for some celebrations of the 30th anniversary of the program!

Click here to read our invitation.

4-H Manitoba Food Challenge Provincial Finals Results

The UCT Pavilion in Brandon’s Keystone Centre smelled delicious on June 10th, as 4-H members from across Manitoba competed in the inaugural Food Challenge Provincial Championship! Click here to find out who won!


4-H Manitoba Canada 150 Art Challenge 2017 Important Dates and Deadlines

We’re over half way through our 4-H Manitoba Canada 150 Art Challenge! Our next regional competition is at Culture Days in The Pas on September 30th, with online voting running from September 23rd to 29th.

Click HERE to find out who won at the regional level so far!

Is your voting ticket a winner? Click here to find out!

Click HERE for more info on the Regional Competitions and submission deadlines.

PLEASE NOTE: The canvas entries are numbered as they are received at the M4HC office, and may not be consecutive.