We take a three-pronged approach to developing a stewardship ethic among local and urban youth including: recreation, environmental education and career development. Our recreation-focused programs include Friday Night for Teens and Greenville Outdoor Adventure Learning (GOAL). Through the Greenville High School Natural Resources Program, local high school students learn about natural resource conservation and management through hands-on classroom and field-based learning opportunities. Finally, local and urban youth are exposed to a variety of career options and learn new skills during internships with our Plumas Conservation, Restoration and Education in Watersheds (P-CREW) program.
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In collaboration with Greenville High, our Natural Resource Program aims to strengthen student connection with their rural environment through place-based learning opportunities in Indian Valley, incorporating environmental education and hands-on restoration work.
Through Friday Night for Teens and Greenville Outdoor Adventure Learning, the Sierra Institute offers recreational opportunities for local teens of Greenville. These programs help foster safe, drug-free environments for students to play and enjoy the outdoors!
Plumas Conservation, Restoration, and Education in Watersheds is a paid summer internship opportunity for rural and urban high school students to collaborate on restoration projects in the Feather River Watershed.