4-H Canada unveils brand evolution

By Chris Forrest

Submitted Article

4-H Canada unveiled a bold new look with an updated clover logo that will help drive the iconic youth development organization into its next century of shaping lives and building leaders. The new clover, which sports a maple leaf at its centre, is the organization’s first logo update in more than 50 years. The launch took place at 4-H Canada’s annual general meeting in Fredericton, N.B. in mid-June. 

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Beef Bits - June 12

By Kate-Leigh and Kassidy Heapy

Rivers 4-H Beef Club hosted its annual rally day on Sunday, June 7. The day started with every member weighing their steers. The steers were then tied in the barns to get them prepared for achievement day. Members then met with one of three clinicians; they rotated groups until each member had visited all three stations. Clinicians were Trevor Peters (grooming), Amy Peters (nutrition) and Wenda and Naomi Best (showmanship). 

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Beef bits - June 4

By Brooklyn Hedley

Rapid City 4-H Beef Club held a meeting on April 14 with Sierra Inglis starting the 4-H pledge. Sierra gave a report on district communications and Brooklyn Hedley reported on weigh day.

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Spring care of lawns

By Patricia Hanbidge

Saskatoon School of Horticulture Principal

As the sun rises earlier each day, home gardeners are tempted to get out into the yard and garden. However, remember that these are the Prairies and our spring weather is far from stable – as we have seen with the latest blizzard in Saskatoon! Gauge your gardening chores by the weather. However a couple of chores that can be completed in early spring, if necessary, are dethatching and aeration.

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Weed Notes - Apr. 30

By Sid Lewis


This will be my last column as supervisor for Midwest Weed District. It has certainly been enjoyable for me, since 1979, writing about weedy topics practically every week. I would be very vain and arrogant to think everyone agreed with everything I said in each column; in fact, the absolute opposite was sometimes the norm.

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