4-H Project Greene Teacher is a school garden program for afterschool personnel, educators, and others who are actively engaged in or would like to learn more about gardening as a way for others to learn.
Project Greene Teacher is a program led and facilitated by Ohio State University Extension personnel in Greene County, in collaboration with community partners, and others committed to community gardens.
Gardening with youth has show significant impacts in the classroom including better test scores, increase interest to learn, and nutrition awareness.
This is a three-day program that will culminate with a certificate and the potential to earn up to 22 contact hours.
June 18th- June 20th, 2019
OSU Extension Greene County
$150 for Three Days
Register online at: go.osu.edu/pgtgco2019
Space is limited. For more information or if paying by purchase order, please contact the office.
Questions? Interested in getting involved in this great new program that will be offered in 2019? Contact: Email or call 937-372-9971
Trevor Corboy, Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator, email@example.com, ext. 114
Kim Hupman, Horticulture Program Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 128
Rebecca Supinger, 4-H Educator, email@example.com, ext. 113