Cornell Cooperative Extension Looking For 4-H Environmental Ambassadors
The Oneida County Cornell Cooperative Extension is looking for several kids to join them as 4-H Environmental Ambassadors.
Children 9 years or older, will participate in an invasive species workshop on February 21st, then present the information to others in the community. The workshop will be led by Sally Whisler from the Cornell Department of Natural Resources.
Participants are also required to create an invasive species display for the Boonville Fair and share what they’ve learned with at least 30 people.
The cost to register is $15, but will be refunded once children have met all of the requirements, and only ten children will be accepted.
More information can be found by clicking here or by calling Lynette Kay at 736-3394 x105.