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4-H leader guide : container gardening [1982] Public Deposited

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  • The primary objective in the Container Gardening project is to contribute to the development of 4-H members. Each part of the program attempts to meet some of the diverse and complex needs of youth and adults. Container gardening activities encourage active experiences which will: • Create interest in and appreciation for gardening. • Foster the growth of positive life attitudes by teaching a set of skills that could serve a lifetime. • Focus attention to the factors of the biosphere—soil, air, water, and light. This will encourage sensitivity and feelings of responsibility for the tasks in caring for a growing plant. • Help the members attain greater self-reliance and develop a positive self-concept through problem solving, creativity, and experimentation. • Encourage participation within a group that has a purpose; each person will practice leadership, develop communication skills, and make a contribution. • Deal with frustration and failure as an expectable part of the gardener's world. • Enjoy the pleasure of gardening, a simple "dirt under the fingernails" activity. • Contribute to better family health by producing nutritional vegetables and fruits.
  • A more recent revision exists. Information within this publication may be outdated. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog
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