LEARN TO DO BY DOING
We help our youth “Learn To Do By Doing” in a safe, inclusive and fun environment, providing opportunities for leadership and life skills development, while promoting agriculture awareness. 4-H is a nation-wide, family-oriented, community-based, youth organization dedicated to the development of young Canadians, encouraging them to become responsible members of society.
THE 4-H PILLARS
Community Engagement and Communications, Science and Technology, The Environment and Healthy Living, and Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security are the 4-H Pillars. Learn more about each pillar.
Opportunities & Events
Being part of 4-H offers amazing opportunities locally, provincially, and nationally! Take a look at our list of events, conferences, learning opportunities, scholarships, camp, travel and so much more!
There are four groups of people who will be attending the 4-H Nova Scotia AGM and all have an important role to play in determining the path 4-H Nova Scotia takes over the next year: 4-H Nova Scotia Board of Directors: This group of people is the governing body of…Read More
4-H Weekend is a great opportunity for families to socialize and participate in a variety of communication events, as well as woodsmen, and 4-H weekend challenge. The following events take place: Demonstrations Competition Public Speaking Competition Woodsmen Competition 4-H Ambassador Competition Poster Contest Awards Night (Travel Awards) Friends of 4-H…Read More
Kevin Grant began 4-H with the Hardwood Lands 4-H Club in Hants County in 1966. He was a dedicated 4Her, participating in club, county and provincial activities. He made many good friends from across Nova Scotia, and the 4-H program helped him develop skills that would help him later in…Read More
The 4-H Canada Youth Advisory Committee (YAC), is the national youth voice for 4-H Canada. YAC provides leadership opportunities for outstanding young people from across the country who have been involved in 4-H and want to continue to play a role and contribute to the 4-H movement in Canada. A…Read More