posted Mar 1
What’s happening in 4-H Alberta in MARCH? Check out the MARCH edition of the 4-H SCOOP to stay up to date on district, regional and provincial news and events..
posted Jan 21
4-H Alberta publishes an overview of the activities, events and statistics of the past fiscal year.
The 4-H Foundation of Alberta is proud and thrilled to announce that it awarded the largest monetary scholarship in 4-H Alberta’s history: in September 2018, the Elmer and Ona Hansen Memorial Fund Scholarship Selection Committee awarded a combined total of $80,000 to ten (10) Alberta rural farm youth.
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posted Oct 22
4-H ALBERTA offers overnight, co-ed non-denominational summer camping experiences for 4-H members between the ages of 9-20. We offer different sessions each week of the summer to cater to the age groups of our members. In 2018 we offered 11 camp programs around the province of Alberta and hosted 635 campers.
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posted Oct 17
4-H Beef Project Webinar
Start your 4-H year off on the right hoof by joining 4-H Alberta to hear about options within the beef project, selecting your beef project animal and how to start your selected animal on feed. We are thrilled to have Barry Yaremcio, Beef & Forage Specialist with Alberta Agriculture and Cameron Olson, past Alberta 4-H'er and pursuing a PhD in Animal Science at the University of Alberta join us and share their knowledge.
posted May 7
The 4-H Alberta Selections was held May 4-7 where 4-H members celebrated their personal strenths, discussed the value of leadership and some will be travelling throughout North America. Click here to read about:
Executive Summary 2017-2020
posted Mar 28
In 2017, representatives from the 4-H partners worked together to create a three-year 4-H Alberta strategic plan with a commitment to manage the plan. This strategic plan is designed to help guide 4-H Alberta in its work over the next three years. The intent is to help us shape 4-H's future, follow a set of guiding principles and ensure that 4-H remains relevant, effective and viable. In doing so, the plan will remain fluid to ensure 4-H Alberta is consistent with and aligned with Member and Leader priorities, community needs, and government priorities. Click here to access the 4-H Alberta Strategic Plan - Executive Summary 2017-2020.