Increasing Access to Nature: Helping Youth Find Their Paths

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The two day "Increasing Access to Nature: Helping Youth find their Path" training will take place at the Arnot Forest lodge and cabins Cornell field campus.  Event includes 3 ways to participate:

   
Professional development credit awarded through BOCES to participating regional educators. For more information, contact Davi Mozie at dm568@cornell.edu.

Schedule:

  • Friday, 12:00-4:00pm: Adult workshops to support youth to access their strengths using nature. Cost: $75/person.
  • Friday, 5:00pm-Saturday 12:00pm: Overnight with youth & adults. Cost: $250/adult-child pair.
  • Saturday, 8:00am-12:00pm: Continuing strength-based nature workshops with youth and adults, Program included in overnight cost. Cost per Adult/Child Pair NOT spending the previous night: $125.

  • Sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County, 4-H Urban Outreach, i-JUMP, My Brothers Keeper Ithaca, Primitive Pursuits, Ithaca Youth Bureau and TST BOCES.

 

When
October 18th, 2019 12:00 PM   through   October 19th, 2019 12:00 PM
Location
611 County Rte. 13
Arnot Teaching Forest, Cornell University
Cayuta, NY 14824
United States
Event Fee options
(10/18) Single-day Adult $75/person $ 75.00
(10/18-10/19) Overnight $250 per youth/adult pair includes cabin & meals $ 250.00
(10/19 ONLY) $125 Adult/child Pair for Saturday DAY ONLY $ 125.00
Additional Child $ 50.00
Code and Area
Finance Account Code 946
Program Area of the Event

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