Are you a high school student concerned about climate change?
Do you want to make a meaningful difference here in Rockland County?
Join the Rockland County 4-H Youth for Climate Action, where you can enhance your knowledge of the issues, develop leadership skills, and work with your peers to address climate change.
High School Students (Grades 9-12)
Virtual sessions and in-person outdoor sessions throughout Rockland County and surrounding areas.
Typically Thursday evenings or Saturday mornings, December 17 - June 11
November 30, 2020
$175. Financial Assistance is available for those with demonstrated need.
|Thursday, December 17||Orientation|
|Thursday, January 7||Global Climate Change|
|Thursday, January 14||Climate Change in Rockland County|
|Thursday, January 21||Clean Energy: Electric Cars|
|Saturday, January 30||Solar Energy|
|Thursday, February 4||Snow Date|
|Saturday, February 13||Birds and Climate Change|
|Thursday, February 18
(During school break)
|Materials Recovery and Recycling
|Thursday, February 25||Composting|
|Thursday, March 11||Communicating Climate Change and Environmental Issues|
|Saturday, March 13||Water Conservation|
|Thursday, March 18||Snow Date|
|Thursday, March 25||Service Project Planning|
|Thursday, April 8||Service Project Planning|
|Saturday, April 10||Fish Conservation: The
American Eel Project
Group 1 (max 10 people)
|Thursday, April 15||Service Project Coordination & Implementation|
|Thursday, April 22||Service Project Coordination & Implementation|
|Saturday, April 24||Fish Conservation: The American Eel Project
Group 2 (max 10 people)
|Thursday, April 29||Service Project Coordination & Implementation|
|Saturday, May 1||Ecosystem Monitoring|
|Thursday, May 20||Invasive Species|
|Friday, June 11||Community Celebration|
Last updated October 8, 2020