From Donna Alese Cooke, Community Horticulture Educator at Cornell-Rockland (845-429-7085 ext. 108):
Children ages 8-12 who are interested in wildlife and gardening are invited to join Cornell’s Junior Master Gardener Wildlife Gardener Program. Young gardeners and budding naturalists will meet on Saturday mornings, 10am-noon on the following dates: April 2, 9, May 7, 14, 21 and June 11 at the Cornell University Cooperative Extension Education Center, 10 Patriot Hills Dr., Stony Point, N.Y. The fee is $75 per child.
Children will learn and grow through the garden experience alongside the Master Gardener Volunteers, through hands-on, active learning activities about Botany, Plant Science, Insects and Wildlife Habitats.
Register by March 28 by calling Caryn Singer at Cornell Cooperative Extension weekdays at 429-7085, X117, or email her at email@example.com.
Cornell Cooperative Extension in New York State provides equal program and employment opportunities.