4-H Distance Learning
We are all learning from home these days. Our Education Team will be posting some fun agriculture related lessons and stories you can enjoy from your computer, tablet or phone. More content coming soon!
Spring at the Farm
Wiggly Worms, Food Friends-Learn about worms from body parts to their role in creating healthy soil to grow healthy foods. Observe live worm at work in their environment. Grade: 1-2
Kitchen Scrap Gardening-Plants are living organisms. Identify plant parts and function, explore food cycle elements from planting to waste. Grade 2-3
Beans: A Growing Tale-Discover the various plant parts and theri role in growing beans-a nutritious and delicious vegetable. Grade 2-5
Garden and Nutrition related stories for
Pre-K to 2nd graders
Cuentos en español/Stories in Spanish
Treemendous Tuesdays for Middle and High School Students
Treemendous Tuesdays is a collaboration of U.S. Forest Service, Los Angeles Center for Urban Natural Resources, California Project Learning Tree, California 4-H, and University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources. this opportunity is designed for middle and high school students.
Join in on alternate Tuesdays in May 5 through July 30
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Five webinars will be hosted every other week. Glimpse into the wonders and benefits that trees offer!
- May 5: Invasive Species (invasive shot hole borers)
- May 19: Invasive Plants & Trees
- June 2: Benefits of the Urban Forest
- June 16: iTree
- June 30: Living with Fire