Arvin youth met to build modules used in pond-level monitoring systems for ranchers.
Poplar youth met to manufacture system motherboards used in long-range, low-power telemetry systems used by growers and ranchers.
A new team of youth in Arvin tried out soldering circuit boards.
Ninth grade students at Gonzales High School helped launch a pilot program. The program has youth working with local growers with a shared goal of developing technology solutions that help farmers save water
A small team of youth and children in Gonzales tried building an electric pottery wheel using motors and materials pulled from old washing machines.
Youth from Watsonville High School wanted to do something to help their community. They made a list of projects for the year and one of the ideas was to teach art to children
Youth from Watsonville High and EA Hall Middle school decided on a summer project to improve their neighborhood. Behind the middle school are alleys fenced with old wood and sometimes covered with graffiti.
Encouraged by the experiences of their older friends over the summer, a team of new 9th grade students at Pajaro Valley High School decided to go back to their old middle school to
The community of Watsonville is known for its fertile farmland. Strawberries, raspberries, black berries, apples and row crops are all grown in fields around the city. Within the city limits are unused plots
Watsonville youth and children planned 2 service projects during their summer break: planting a community garden and painting colorful murals over graffiti. The location was the neighborhood behind Starlight Elementary School. The service
A team of high school youth from Watsonville decided to clean up the graffiti on a bridge near their school district office. To support their effort the City of Watsonville Department of Abatement
This Gilroy neighborhood is a mobile home park. On one side are railroad tracks and on the other a large road. The nearest park is far and not easily accessible. A team of