Education Cascade Conservation District - Cascade County Conservation District - Great Falls, Montana

The Cascade Conservation District sponsors many educational initiatives to teach people of all ages about the importance of conserving our natural resources. Projects can be tailored for K-14 schools, after school groups or clubs. Adult workshops are produced in cooperation with other agencies and organizations.  We are facilitators for Projects WET, Webfoot, Wild, and Learning Tree education materials.  Call us if you are interested in training opportunities.

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Websites for Youth Education

My American Farm

http://www.myamericanfarm.org/ From the American Farm Bureau Foundation, this teaches agricultural literacy through an interactive computer game. Players learn where food come from and how those products get from the farm to their dinner plate. It’s fun activities for students, families, and teachers.

Montana 4-H Foundation

http://montana4h.org/ Montana 4-H is the youth development program of Montana State University Extension and is the largest, out-of-school youth development program in the state, reaching about 25,000 youth in all counties each year. In 4-H, if you can dream it, you can do it! 4-H offers more than 100 different projects and learning experiences that actively engage while having fun. 4-H, projects rely on trained adult volunteers who work with youth as a partner and resource for learning. There are opportunities, from learning how to cook or sew to rasing an animal, camping, and everything in between. 4-H offers youth a wide range of choices and opportunities.

Montana FFA

http://www.montanaffa.org/ FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Ag in Montana Schools

http://www.aginmontanaschools.org/links.htm  The goal of AMS is to give Montana students a greater awareness of the contribution of agriculture to their lives and to the national economy and society, so they might become better informed citizens. Students will gain a better understanding of how Montana’s number one industry, agriculture, affects their lives.