4H Youth Naturalist Program

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Youth ages 5 to 18 are invited to participate in the Youth Naturalist Program where students spend time actively exploring nature including: insects, trees, plants and wildlife of Haywood County. This is an excellent opportunity for youth to gain valuable knowledge about North Carolina ecosystems and participate in observing, drawing, and journaling about species you know and new ones to learn more about.

The Youth Naturalist Program uses an active, hands-on approach to learning about and enjoying nature. You will develop many naturalist skills, from identifying animals and plants in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. You will view the area where you live in a new and exciting way. This is a family-friendly event, sponsored by Haywood County 4-H and the Canton Library. The Naturalist Program will start on Thursday, September 23 at 3:30 p.m.

To register please call the Canton Library at 828-648-2924. Each participant will receive a free nature journal.