OC 4-H & Project Access Collaboration!
With a grant generously provided by Disney, Orange County 4-H is joining forces with Project Access, a nonprofit organization that operates resource centers in low income housing developments.
This summer OC 4-H Community Educator Liz Castro and 4-H alum Valarie Weil are delivering 12 weeks of experiential, hands on activities for one hundred youth at four Project Access locations in Anaheim. Project Access youth will engage in activities centered around watershed management, soil science, climate change, and will learn how to solve problems in order to tackle environmental issues in their community. This project will culminate with the help of OC Parks when participating youth visit Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park to learn about local ecology in one of Orange County's finest "outdoor classrooms."
For more information about Project Access, please visit: http://project-access.org
Now Enrolling for 2014-2015 Program Year!
For complete directions on enrolling in Orange County 4-H for the 2014-2015 Program Year, please click HERE.
(Most clubs begin meeting September 2014 for the new program year)