Natural Resources Programs-Youth
Welcome to Jackson County's Natural Science for Youth Program
OSU Extension Service’s 4-H Youth Natural resources Program (YNRP) has reached over 16,500 Jackson County youth since its establishment in 2004.
Students ranging from rural to urban areas, kindergarten through 12th grade, including minority population and economically disadvantaged youth have been involved in the program’s summer camps, after-school programing, one-day events and through educational kits available for check-out.
The Youth Natural Resources Program is designed to reach youth with the goal of increasing awareness of natural resources and their uses, the interconnectedness of watershed ecosystems, and the importance of conservation and stewardship.
ROOTS IN THE WATER WITH PROJECT LEARNING TREE * Jackson, Auditorium
Date(s) Day Time Cost: $10 (includes PLT curriculum)
04/25/2015 SAT 9 AM-3 PM
Instructors: Rachel Werling OSU Extension; Molly Allen BLM
Whether you are a formal or non-formal educator, with a class in the city or country, join us to explore the wetter aspects of the PLT. Hone your skills with some great activities to bring the world of water to your students through science, math and writing. Then take home all 96 PLT activities, as well as information about other community water-related education resources! We will discover how these activities help you meet the common core, Next Generation Science Standards and the Oregon Environmental Literacy Program strands. This workshop includes a copy of the award winning, standards aligned, Project Learning Tree K-8 curriculum. Bring a lunch. Snacks provided. PDU’s Available. For more information contact email@example.com. Pre-registration is required. Register on-line at: https://secure.oregonstate.edu/osuext/register/824
Contact: Rachel Werling, 4H Natural Science Instructor
Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center
569 Hanley Road
Central Point OR 97502
Se habla Español.