Kids On the Land is returning to the Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion this week, teaching area elementary school children about the region where they live, connecting them to the land and a more sustainable future.
The Dixon Water Foundation recently won the state’s top land conservation award. The Aldo Leopold Conservation Award recognizes outstanding landowners who serve as a positive example to other ranchers and landowners demonstrating how good land management practices can be both profitable and ecologically sustainable.
The Dixon Water Foundation Leo Unit is serving as an outdoor classroom for the students this week. They are spending the next few days learning about sustainable land management, watershed health, wildlife, and native plants.
Kids On the Land is so grateful to be working with the Dixon Water Foundation and their team. Their support of this program means the world.
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Kids On the Land “KOL” is a unique Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) environmental program designed to teach children about the region where they live, connecting them to the land and a more sustainable future.
The program is presented in during the Spring and Fall school semesters.