When your club registers to participate in the Proud to Bee a 4-Her initiative, you’ll receive everything you need to run a club meeting on the importance of pollinators. The Proud to Bee a 4-Her kit includes resources, fact sheets, bee-friendly seeds and info cards that you can turn into an easy 4-H club meeting for free! Teach your 4-Hers about how they can help the environment around them and register your club before March 28, 2019 at 4-h-canada.ca/proudtobee.
When your club registers to participate in the Steeped in Soil initiative, you’ll receive everything you need to run a club meeting on healthy soil. The Steeped in Soil kit includes the resource guide with loads of activities and all the materials you’ll need to carry out a citizen science experiment on soil health. You can even build Steeped in Soil into an entire project for your club related to soil health, sustainable agriculture or even the environment. It’s easy and it’s free! Register your club before March 28, 2019 at 4-h-canada.ca/steepedinsoil.
This year’s Intermediate Member Event will take place at Inglis and Asessippi, MB the weekend of May 3rd to May 5th. Fifty spaces are available for 4-H Manitoba members who are between the ages of 12-14 as of January 1, 2019. Please visit https://4h.mb.ca/event-information/ for more information or click here for registration form.
4-H Alberta has invited 4-H Manitoba to send two intermediate members to their Aspiring Intermediate Members (AIM) program from July 28th to August 2nd, 2019. Communication, leadership and teamwork will be a focus at this program and members will work in a small group to hone a skill in their chosen area of interest. This 5-day summer camp program lets you sleep under the stars and choose your own path to discovery alongside 4-H members from Alberta. If you are at least 12 years of age as of January 1, 2019 and will not be older than 14 years of age at the start of the trip, please click here for more information and for the registration form.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank is inviting youth leaders and teachers to join them in Ethiopia to participate in an international food security learning tour. The delegation will visit relief and development projects supported by the Foodgrains Bank and explore ways to engage Canadian youth in issues related to world hunger. Visit https://foodgrainsbank.ca/learning-tour-to-ethiopia/ for more information or to apply. Some funding is available to 4-H leaders who are selected to participate to help cover the cost of the tour. Please inquire with Roberta at email@example.com or at 204-926-4245.