Give 6 million 4-H youth around the world the opportunity to get
personally involved in the climate crisis
Reduce atmospheric CO2
while having fun planting millions of trees around the world
Provide youth with leadership opportunities
Encourage youth to start service-learning projects in areas they are passionate about
Produced by:EcoCompanyTv Caption: Eco Company meets up with teens grabbing shovels, putting on gloves and digging in! They're from the 4H Million Trees project and Woodside High School in Northern California. On this Sunday they're planting 26 new redwood trees in Huddart County Park. It's all part of the goal of planting a million trees worldwide! Jordan grabs a shovel to help out and to learn more. If you like what you see and want to pitch in as well, join the project!
Produced by:ABC 7 Caption: Shortly after watching the documentary "An Inconvenient Truth," a girl from Pacifica felt called to combat climate change. So she worked with her 4-H group to form the Million Tree Project. Six years later, her goal was achieved at Huddart Park in Woodside.
If you like what you see here and want to pitch in too, join the project!
The 4-H Million Trees Project currently consists of:
From 629 Clubs/Units
Spread across 321 counties in 59 US states and other nations