Toolkit: Trees for the 21st Century Program
Posted by on July 28, 2008
THE TREES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY PROGRAM
offers an easy-to-use tree planting and education toolkit, connecting children and young people to the wonders of trees and the outdoors. The kits include science-based activities designed for adults working with children and youth ages 6 to 18.
As the children learn why and how to plant trees, activities reinforce the value and importance of ongoing care and encourage youth stewardship.
Click here to learn more: http://www.erthnxt.org/programs/trees21.html
Kits come in different sizes and configurations of the following:
Trees for the 21st Century patches and DVD
Activity Guide for Facilitators
(by grade level)
Tree Planting & Stewardship Guide
Seedling trees (native to region and approximately 6″x12″ tall)
The programs are provided by ERTHNXT, a national non-profit organizations working to protect the future on earth for all species by helping children and youth learn about and protect the environment.
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