Project Training for Adults Who Want to Teach Youth
A series of hands-on workshops for adults who want to teach new topics to youth in scout and 4-H clubs, afterschool programs, summer recreation sites, etc. These are free workshops and attendees will go home with the curriculum and other goodies they will be able to put right to work – as they teach the project to youth.
Kids love to get their hands in the dirt and if they can go home with a cute dish garden to nurture it is even better. Participants will make their own dish garden, and learn many tips and hints, to prepare them to teach youth to do the same. The instructor is Cathi Annese, 4-H club leader and horticulturist. The session is free and most materials will be supplies. Participants please bring a container that is 6-12 inches in diameter and at least 3 inches tall that will hold soil and three small plants. It should not have any drainage holes. Also, bring small decorative items that can be used to make your planter into a fun “scape”.
To register for this free program, contact Emily at 518-828-3346x209 or firstname.lastname@example.org by March 10. For more information on this program, please contact Linda Tripp at 518-318-1193 or Lke2@cornell.edu.
Agroforestry Resource Center
6055 Route 23
Acra, New York 12405