Teen learns a lot at YGP
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This year, the Youth Garden Project is developing more opportunities for middle and high school students through a new “Garden Ambassador” teen job-training program. The program is in its pilot year, employing two Moab teens this summer

Read more: “Moab Times-Independent - YGP has busy summer with camps personnel changes.”

Tyler Mullins is the first ambassador counselor for the YGP and Canyonlands Field Institute and is a graduate from HMK. He worked really hard this summer and learned a lot and saved for his college funds.

Thank you,

–David Mullins


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