Youth Programs

The TCF presented its two part Milkweed, Monarchs, Migration & Me educational experience 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 presentations, guest speakers, and an opportunity to build their own habitat models.

Pitch-in for Pollinators! This program is provided to our community through donations and/or grant funds. TCF welcomes donations to help support nature-based education.

Interactive Learn-n-Play Experiences

Milkweed, Monarchs, Migration & Me: A 2-session pollinator educational experience including interactive PowerPoint presentations, artwork, games, and planting nearly 20 milkweed plugs (if available).

Hands-On Habitat: Summer activity workshop engaging youth in our natural world through interactive presentations, guest speakers, and an opportunity to build their own habitat models.

Outdoor Galore: In partnership with the Resource Conservation District of Tehama County, the TCF supports the series of natural world-themed exploratory kits for Tehama County youth age 8 and up. Each kit is free and contains different nature-based, hands-on activities that encourage outdoor exploration at their own pace.

Are you interested in receiving Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) hands-on learning and environmental literacy support for youth? Call Brin at 530-727-1295.

The TCF relies on grants and donations to bring these programs and more to our community. Donate to local conservation today!