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4-H Lead to Change Projects Design Local Solutions for Communities
4-H empowers youth with the skills they need to become leaders and positive disruptors in their…
Nature’s Path to Improved Youth Mental Health
It’s no secret that spending time outdoors has many health benefits. Access to nature is associated with lower levels of stress, anxiety, and sadness. Young people especially have much to gain from the benefits of nature.
What I Wish People Knew
Visit our new Sharing is Daring page to learn about how you can share #WhatIWishPeopleKnew A…
Making the Impossible Possible
I walked through a dirt road riddled with potholes. To my left, I saw a deserted…
National 4‑H Council Survey Shows Gen Z is United on Addressing Climate Change
Data reveals that Gen Z is worried yet optimistic about the future of the planet, believe…
Leslie Coleman, VP, Head of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Nutrien, is Elected to National 4-H Council’s Board of Trustees
National 4-H Council is pleased to announce the election of Leslie Coleman, Vice President, Head of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Nutrien, to its Board of Trustees. Coleman was unanimously elected during National 4-H Council’s Board meeting in Tucson, Arizona on March 23.
Brianna Attey Mouanjo on Vulnerability and Freedom
As the firstborn child of two Cameroonian immigrants the path of my life has been an…
Dr. Carrie Castille, USDA-NIFA’s First Female Director
Growing up in a small, rural Louisiana town surrounded by agriculture, I was reminded of the…
4-H and the CHS Foundation Partner to Empower Youth
Today, National 4-H Council announced a partnership with the CHS Foundation through the 4-H True Leaders in Equity and What I Wish People Knew (WIWPK) programs.
Meet the people of 4-H who are breaking down barriers, creating change, and inspiring others. As…
Opportunity for All: A Statement on Behalf of National 4-H Council
Landmark $50 Million Gift to 4-H from MacKenzie Scott Is an Investment in America’s Youth I…
National 4-H Council Receives Transformational $50 Million Gift from MacKenzie Scott
Today, National 4-H Council announced a $50 million gift from writer and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, the largest single gift in 4-H’s 120-year history.