Climate Science Alliance team members visited the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians’ Education Center to read stories and share activities from the Climate Kids Book Club with youth from the Generations Program.
On November 14th, Climate Science Alliance team members Audrey Carver and Paula Sternberg Rodríguez visited the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians’ Education Center to read stories and share activities from the Climate Kids Book Club. The La Jolla Generations Program holds daily after-school programming for youth at the Education Center, leading them in outdoor and cultural education activities, teaching them valuable life skills, and inviting guests to educate students on a variety of topics.
Youth listened to stories about water and Tribal stewardship, had a discussion about community engagement in climate change, and made seed paper bookmarks for their own reading. It was a day of fun and learning —many thanks to Inez Sanchez-Pojas and the La Jolla Generations Program for hosting us!
The Climate Kids Book Club programming is made possible through support from the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians and funding from the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Special thanks to all partners and supporters of the Book Club program!
Learn more at La Jolla Generations Program and Education Center https://www.facebook.com/lajolla.generations
Learn more about the Climate Kids program and resources available through the Hubs, including the Book Club sets, at www.climatekids.org.