Camp promotes exploration of science, natural resources and renewable energy, build your science skills and meet new people at the 2016 4-H Renewable Energy Camp.
Jackson, Mich.; June 13, 2016 – Harvest Energy Solutions will be showing its support of Michigan State University Extension’s 4-H Renewable Energy Camp by showing the future science, engineer and agriculture youth the value of solar energy on June 29, 2016.
The 4-H Renewable Energy Camp is one example of a 4-H science program where youth research and explore answers to their questions while learning valuable critical thinking, problem-solving and decision-making skills. The Camp is for youth ages 13 to 19 years old who have a passion for science, natural resources and renewable energy, like to brainstorm ideas, research and conduct experiments and, of course, like to have fun and meet fellow young people from around the state.
“Harvest Energy continues to support opportunities to educate the public on the value of solar energy,” said Cathie Hartung, Director of Marketing for Harvest Energy. “This energy camp is especially beneficial in presenting renewable energy opportunities to the next generation of scientists, engineers and agribusiness owners – we’re proud to be a part of this worthwhile program.”