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Kids Page

Welcome to the Kids Page where you will find puzzles and resources for youth of all ages!  Visit often as we update the page with more resources.

Puzzles, activities and more!

This is our Fun Page for Kids! in our 2022 Calendar Insert.

Click on the image to print one or more of the puzzles shown.

This is our Fun Page for Kids! in our 2024 How Do You Reduce Waste? calendar.

Click on the image to print one or more of the puzzles shown.

To receive the color copy simply order our 2024 How Do You Reduce Waste? calendar to be mailed to you for FREE.  (while supplies last)

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This is an US EPA Reducing Food Waste Activity Book - Food is too good to waste!

Click on the image to print a copy or visit the US EPA's website to print a copy and find more information!

Environmental Resources for Youth

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World Wildlife Fund

Be a Food Waste Warrior, Sustainability and more!

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National Geographic Kids Reduce Waste, Recycle, Compost and more!

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Tech Engineering 3RC

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Compost.

The WV Youth Environmental Program (YEP) holds an annual Youth Environmental Day and fall Youth Environmental Conference and more!


Visit the WV YEP's website to view the many events and activities available to WV Youth.

The YEP holds an annual Junior Conservation Camp. The event runs annually in June and is open to anyone between the ages of 11 and 14. Make sure to look up the information in April - May to register before spots are gone.

Click on the image for more information on their website.

The WV State Conservation Camp, for youth at least 14 years old and not yet 18 years old on the first day of camp, is held in June.

The goal of this camp is to acquaint WV youth with the social and economic values of our natural resources and environment; to create in them a desire to save and defend from waste these resources; and to develop future conservation leaders


There are two resources to learn more about this camp.


  • WV State Conservation Camp website 

  • WV Extension website (Youth do not have to be 4-H members to attend Conservation Camp)

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