4-H Ontario

Huron 4-H Info


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Huron County 4-H is an organization of leaders building leaders. With projects encompassing; agriculture, food, health, and the environment, 4-H Ontario’s “Learn To Do By Doing” clubs have had many successful years of history in our association. We delivering quality, innovative, sustainable leadership, and life skill programs for youth and volunteers; benefitting the citizens and communities in which they live.



So what is 4-H?

4-H is an agricultural based organization for youth 9-21, with the new Clover Buds program geared to youth 6-8. 4-H is divided into 2 sections, Livestock and Lifeskill. Livestock clubs tend to run from April to September in our county, where members raise an animal (dairy, beef, lamb, swine, chicken, etc.) and show them at Fall Fairs. Lifeskills are based on everything else, including baking, camping, snowmobiles, archery, gardening, etc. Liveskills typically run through out the year. A club consists of six meetings and an acheivement program.

For more information about 4-H


Clover Buds runs a little differently with 3 years of 'units' (or topics). Each year consisting of 24 units. Each meeting is therefore on a different topic! The Clover Bud program was introduced to Huron County 4-H in 2015!

For more information about Clover Buds