4-H Ontario
  • Bertram and Hazel Stewart 4-H Dairy Youth Education Award & Bursary

    Bertram and Hazel Stewart 4-H Dairy Youth Education Award & Bursary

    The Bertram and Hazel Stewart 4-H Dairy Youth Education Award & Bursary honours Bertram and the late Hazel Stewart’s deep commitment and passion toward agriculture, education and 4-H. Presented at the TD Canadian 4-H Dairy Classic Show at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in the year it is granted, this bursary of $1,000 is payable upon successful completion of first year of post-secondary schooling. MORE

  • 2017 GROWMARK Essay Contest Winner

    2017 GROWMARK Essay Contest Winner

    Ryan McKerrall from Chatham, Ontario has been named the Ontario provincial winner of the 2017 GROWMARK essay contest for 4-H members. The theme of this year’s contest was "What value do co-operatives provide to today’s farmers?" MORE

  • New Club Projects Have Been Released

    New Club Projects Have Been Released

    Find the Agricultural Hazards, Loyal To The Soil and Adventures In STEM projects on our Club Projects Page here! MORE

  • What's The Real Dirt On Farming?

    What's The Real Dirt On Farming?

    In 2016 the locally approved Real Dirt On Farming project continued to be popular in Region 2. Leaders Jean Sullivan and Leah Richardson-Dean of Carleton 4-H Association began the project in 2015 and in only its second year, it already doubled in size. MORE

  • A World Record 4-H Project

    A World Record 4-H Project

    The bond between 4-H’er and calf is one that often grows strong,- bringing much joy. This was never more evident than during the partnership between Stormont’s Aimee Van Loon and her jersey calf, Payneside Mac N Cheese. MORE

  • Apply For Youth Scholarships

    Apply For Youth Scholarships

    4-H ontario has many scholarships for both members and non-members! Take a look for more info on submission requirements and upcoming registration deadlines. MORE

  • The Cloverbud Program

    The Cloverbud Program

    The Cloverbud program is an opportunity for youth ages 6–8 to learn about all facets of 4-H Ontario projects. MORE