Program gives youth access to environmental education, work experience

GREEN WORK Twelve high school students from Watsonville Wetlands Watch’s Climate Corps Leadership Institute planted 14 new Shumard Oak trees at Brentwood and Victorian Park on Nov. 16. —contributed

WATSONVILLE—For the past six years, Watsonville Wetlands Watch (WWW) has invited high schoolers to work alongside professionals to experience a range of environmental-based careers. The organization’s Green Careers Institute aimed to give students an understanding of the impacts of climate change and a window into the work being done to stop it. – REAL FULL ARTICLE


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