Teach a child urban farming and they'll never go hungry. We are on a journey teaching urban youth the magic of urban farming and gardening Project Youth Grow. In cooperation with local middle and high schools we engage students on how to properly grow a garden, harvest and process their crops in an urban environment. Our curriculum has already ushered students to continue what they have learned to higher education.
Project Youth Grow Mission
Project Youth Grow is a hands-on student learning workshop teaching basic urban farming skills that are shared via a television segment on the award winning television show, Things Green with Nick Federoff, a 6-day a week PBS television series. The TV show is accessed daily on PBS|KLCS Create TV 58.3 at 1:30PM in southern California, on-line access for school classes nationwide on our Things Green Project Youth Grow page.
Benefits for Students
In addition to urban farming life skills are introduced with vocational training on proper tool use, fertilization practices, irrigation disciplines and the list goes on. In fact, we even teach students how to use our state-of-the-art camera equipment to help with supervised filming and still photography.
Guest experts are also included within the curriculum from tradesmen, 5-star chefs to help prepare their harvest and even certified nutritionists are involved with life changing knowledge. In other words, no stone is unturned.
What is your role?
According to a Cone/Roper poll, consumers are more willing to do business with a company that supports a good cause. Both PBS television and Sustainable Environmental Education (SEE), are nonprofit 501 (c ) 3 organizations that provides an outlet for corporate social responsibility via Things Green efforts in Project Youth Grow.
How You Can Help
We need your financial support. We need you to donate. We need you! Here is how you can continue to make Project Youth Grow a success.
Amazon donates to
Sustainable Environmental Education Inc.
when you shop through this link https://smile.amazon.com/ch/20-8767846
Amazon Prime - Type in Things Green in the Amazon search bar and our videos show up. They are FREE to watch and when you do they SEE receives a tiny donation just for you watching.
Have too many tax deductions to non-profits you already support? Not to worry, advertising is a tax deduction as well. You win all around. Of course, check with your tax adviser as the best way to categorize it for maximum deductions.
Give Pam a call at (562)945-6469
right now to get started. Thank you for your support to Project Youth Grow.