The Glenn Miller Agriculture Science Conservation Program is named in honor of Mr. Glenn Miller who worked tirelessly as and advocate for urban youth to learn about and experience the great outdoors. This program came together after meeting with professionals in the conservation, agriculture and outdoors industries. Our solution was the 2019 Ag Science Conservation Camp.
Mrs. Mollie Taylor-Stevenson Jr. talks about her families history and contributions to Texas agriculture and Black American history and she encourages youth about ownership and agri-business.
In this video Treasa Antony (Nature Heritage Society) and Willard Franklin (Four W’s Fishing Team) teach about the impact of our trash in our water ways. Below the video are corresponding downloadable documents. This program was made possible thanks to partnership with Prairie View A&M Universities 4-H & Youth Development Program and funding from the … Continue reading #VirtualAgCamp: Marine Debris
In this video Jael Miller (Nature Heritage Society) and Keith & Cree (G.E.T. Outprovide tips about how to stay safe while enjoying the outdoors. This program was made possible thanks to partnership with Prairie View A&M Universities 4-H & Youth Development Program and funding from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Texas Parks and Wildlife … Continue reading #VirtualAgCamp: Outdoor Safety