Hands-On Habitat

Hands-On Habitat


The TCF presented a two part Milkweed/Monarch/Migration lesson to the after school SERRF program at Antelope Elementary. The students participated in interactive PowerPoint presentations, artwork, games, and planting nearly 20 milkweed plugs in their school garden.

In partnership with the Resource Conservation District of Tehama County, the TCF supports the Power of Pollinators and Hands-On Habitat educational play workshops for youth age 6 and up. These summer activities engage youth in our natural world with interactive PowerPoint presentations, guest speakers, and an opportunity to build their own habitat models.


Beneficiaries

Animals
Children ages 5 to 21
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years)

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