All of our programming is matched to Next Generation Science Standards for the youth we teach. 

Our Programming

We offer the following programs:

    • Science for Survival

    • Clean Air is a Right: Air is Life

    • Gardening for our Health: Food, Soil, and Carbon

    • Water is Life: Supporting our Water Eco-systems

 

We offer flexible Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math (S.T.E.A.M.) programming at four different levels:

  • 4 - 6 week intensives 

  • 13 week Saturday programming

  • Year-Long classes

  • Spring and Summer Break Programs 

 

We also offer individual one-off classes during the week and weekends.

Our youth learn how to: 

  • Build water catchment and purification systems; 

  • Make medicinal first-aid kits; 

  • Create solar-panel batteries, 

  • Design emergency kits and plan for disasters; 

  • Make 100% natural shampoos, soaps and cleaners, and 

  • Much more!!!

Youth Thirteen Week Youth Program: 

MYN comprehensive thirteen-week program trains youth on the ability to develop and empower themselves as ecologically conscious leaders using Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) as the basis of inquiry to dive into climate change. 

Week 1: MYN Intro, Youth Participatory Research, & Community Building 

 

Week 2:  Home Disaster Preparedness

 

Week 3: Planting Medicinally for the Future

 

Week 4:  Watering the Future

 

Week 5:  Water is Life

 

Week 6: Home is where Comfort is OR Zero Waste Life Style

 

Week 7:  Dungeons and Dragons Meets Climate Change

 

Week 8: (Nature) Walk Your Block

 

Week 9: Guerrilla Graft the Future

 

Week 10: Document your block        

 

Week 11: Medicinal First Aid for the Whole Neighborhood

 

Week 12: The Future is Communal: Field Trip to a MYN partner organization

 

Week 13: Live Action Role Playing a Climate Reality

"I believe that mycelium is the neurological network of nature. Interlacing mosaics of mycelium infuse habitats with information-sharing membranes. These membranes are aware, react to change, and collectively have the long-term health of the host environment in mind. The mycelium stays in constant molecular communication with its environment, devising diverse enzymatic and chemical responses to complex challenges.”  - Paul Stamets - Mycelium Running - How Mushrooms Can Help Save The World
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(510) 842 6793

Email: lilmilagro@myceliumyouth.org

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