- Author: Susana C. Bruzzone-Miller
The 4-H Youth Development Programs at HAREC will host another Sustainable You! Train-the-Trainer.
Saturday, November 1st from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (bring your own lunch)
Who should attend this hands-on training? REC educators, 4-H volunteers, teachers, garden educators, after-school leaders or anyone working with youth grades 4-6 and interested in adding a sustainability component to their programs.
Sustainable You! is an interactive curriculum for youth. It was developed by Dr. Roslynn Brain and her colleagues at Utah State University Extension Sustainability and designed as a 4-H summer camp. Fun, hands-on activities help youth understand what it means to be sustainable. The camp format is broken down into five days, each based around one the the major areas of sustainability: Air, Energy, Water, Food, and Land. While the curriculum is written for ages 9-12, it can be easily adapted for all ages.
Chris Massa, our 2014 REC summer intern, will present. Chris is currently a Food Corps member working with Ventura Unified School District.
For questions, contact Susana Bruzzone-Miller, Education Outreach Coordinator at HAREC firstname.lastname@example.org