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Do you or your kids want to connect and form a relationship with our natural world? Would you like them to be able to interpret what’s going on in the environment around them? Maybe you’re simply looking for an opportunity for them to get outdoors and enjoy nature. If so, we have the group for you! This summer we’re introducing our Youth Conservation Team that has a mission to connect youth, ages 11 to 15, with Nature in meaningful ways that cultivate a sense of stewardship for our lands and waters. Over time, members will learn to be comfortable in the outdoors and how to observe the natural world in ways that help them interpret the status of the ecosystems around them. They will develop and implement their own conservation projects in the greater Loveland area to promote the health of local ecosystems. Additionally, they will spread the knowledge they gain by educating other youth in surrounding communities.
Unfortunately, our kids are positioned to carry the burden of past and current environmental degradation. It’s more important now than ever that they connect with nature and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to address the environmental challenges we face globally and locally. By building a team of conservation-minded youth, we can help ensure future generations are capable of successfully solving the many environmental problems we face.
For those interested in helping your child/children connect with nature in meaningful ways, please stop by for our initial meeting Tuesday, June 13th, at 7:00 p.m. at our office space (442 W. Loveland Ave). If you can’t make that date we’ll have another meeting Tuesday, June 27th, at 7:00 p.m., also at our office. We hope to see you and your kids there. Please RSVP on the Events page.
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