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Hustle and Grow
Hustle & Grow trains young adults on growing food at Baton Roots Community Farm. Through hands-on learning, teens acquire the skills needed to run an urban farm, becoming champions of fresh food for themselves and their neighbors.
2022 Programming for Teens and 20somethings
Monday, March 7 , Baker Branch
Birch Tree Painting Grab & Geaux (All Day)
Wednesday, March 23 at 4 p.m. , Carver Branch
Monday, April 4 , Main Library at Goodwood
Felt Magnolia Grab & Geaux (All Day)
Thursday, April 21 at 4 p.m. , Delmont Gardens Branch
A Louisiana Love Painting craft!
Between Two Skies by
Call Number: YA O'Sullivan, Joanne
Publication Date: 2017-04-25
Bayou Perdu, a tiny fishing town way, way down in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, is home to sixteen-year-old Evangeline Riley. Dearest to her heart, she has the peace that comes only when she takes her skiff out to where there is nothing but sky and air and water and wings. It's a small life, but it is Evangeline's. And then the storm comes. And everything changes.
Call Number: YA Key, Watt
Publication Date: 2017-01-10
When his Mississippi policeman father gives Sam a fishing boat, he uses the boat to disappear for hours at time. Exploring the swampy surroundings of his bayou home, Sam finds a boy living on his own in the wilderness.
47 Things You Can Do for the Environment by
Call Number: YA 363.7 P497f
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
This book explores tons of small (and big) things that teens can do to make a positive difference in the environment.
Science and Sustainable Wildlife Habitats by
Call Number: YA 333.9541 P252s
Publication Date: 2017-08-01
Wildlife habitats represent the physical environment where animals live and can to find the necessities of life, such as food, water, shelter, and space to raise their young. These habitats are found all over the world, from lush tropical rainforests to oceans, freshwater lakes, wetlands, grasslands, mountains, and polar regions. Wherever they are located, scientists are dedicated to preserving and protecting them.
Outdoor School: Animal Watching by
Call Number: YA 590.7234 C321a
Publication Date: 2021-04-27
Rewild your life! Outdoor school includes immersive activities to get you exploring for animals by recognizing bird silhouettes, spotting nests, identifying mammals and more!