Youth Activities

Oneida EH&S Staff members recognize that the future lies in the hands of our youth. Some of the youth activities that staff members are regularly involved with include:

  • Hunter Safety Course - register for a course now, by going to: Hunter Safety Class 
  • Youth & Elder Fishing Day - May, 2013, Date To Be Determined.
  • School Presentations
  • Summer Field Activities 

In Summer 2008, EHS staff worked with the Recreation Department to share information about our programs and the work we do with Oneida youth.  Kids learned about healthy wetlands & waterways, and many other things.  To learn a little more about what the EHS staff shared with the kids, check this out: Summer Program 2008.

Summer Ed1Summer Ed-Cleanup 

This fall and winter our staff has been working with the Oneida Adventure and Experiential Department to teach kids at the Turtle School about watersheds, pollution, and our impact on our water resources. 

Check out these links: 

http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/eek/
Environmental Education for Kids website brought to you by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. This website has lots of interactive and printable activities for kids in grades 4-8.

 

http://www.epa.gov/kids/
United States Environmental Protection Agency Kids Club website. Activities for kids and teachers.

 

http://www.fws.gov/midwest/Fisheries/kidspage.htm
Region 3 US Fish and Wildlife Service – Great Lakes-Big Rivers Kids Page. Activities and links to other kids’ sites.

 

http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/ih/codetalk/planet/index.html
Planet Youth connects American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian youth to people, cultural resources and fun using the internet. Parents, researchers, and teachers will find the site an important and useful resource for providing opportunities for Native and non-Native youth and their families with access to a base of knowledge about American Indian history, facts and culture.