Connecting Kids with Natural Resources
Kids Day for Conservation is coming to Corvallis and the Benton County Fairgrounds on Saturday, September 29, 2012 from 10 am until 4 pm and everyone is invited!
Kids Day for Conservation, (KDC) is an annual, day-long, natural resource educational event for families from Benton County and the surrounding areas. Over forty natural resource agencies, businesses and organizations from the local area provide free, fun, family-oriented, hands-on activities. This event has been made possible due to the generous support of community members, businesses, agencies, and organizations such as yours. With your support we can continue to provide this popular event.
The major goal of KiKDCds Day for Conservation is to connect youth and adults to the variety of natural resources that we all depend upon and to promote conservation of these resources. The committee is composed of local and regional businesses, agencies and organizations from varied backgrounds and missions. We agree that providing this balanced educational experience forms a strong foundation for responsible use of our natural resources.
Donations to this event are gratefully accepted. Expenses include: wages for facilitation, publicity costs, facility rental, printing and more. To donate to Kids Day for Conservation, complete the contribution form and mail to the Benton County OSU Extension Service, 4077 SW Research Way, Corvallis, 97333. If you have questions, please contact Maggie Livesay, KDC project representative, at 541-766-6750 or email@example.com.
Your contributions to Kids Day for Conservation are very much appreciated, and we thank you for your generous support!
**This article is taken from the Kids Day for Conservation webpage of the Benton County Extension Service website: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/benton/KDC