4-H is a familiar name

By Gillian MacDougall 

In rural communities 4-H is a familiar name and is often thought to be a group reserved solely for farm kids and showing livestock, but 4-H today has expanded and developed to offer far more than that to its members. A youth organization that promotes leadership and encourages its members “to learn to do by doing” 4-H Canada has developed four pillars to their program — Community Engagement and Communications, Science and Technology, The Environment and Healthy Living and the fourth pillar Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security. 4-H offers a variety of opportunities and endless possibilities to its members.

FREE ACCESS FOR EQUITY SUBSCRIBERS

This article is available free to all subscribers to The Equity. If you are a subscriber, please enter your email address and password below.

SET UP YOUR ONLINE ACCOUNT

If you are a subscriber but have not yet set up your online account, please contact Liz Draper at liz@theequity.ca to do so.

HOW TO BECOME A SUBSCRIBER

To become a subscriber to The Equity, please use our Subscribe page or contact liz@theequity.ca