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Teens in the Garden (TIG)

The TIG program is underway with an exciting year of learning, growing, and sharing. If you are a teen or know a teen, 13 – 18 years old, that is interested in gaining experience at the Desert Botanical Garden mark your calendars for August 2015 when we accept new applications. For more information or to be added to our contact list, please email teenvol@dbg.org.

TIG Program Details

Running from September to May each year, this program is based on college-readiness and citizen science for ages 13 – 18.

Join other teens who are interested in gaining experience working closely with Garden staff and volunteers in a fun and interactive plant-science adventure this year! You and the team will contribute to international scientific databases with the help of experienced plant biologists – giving you skills and experiences needed for college and beyond. Students meet once a month for three hours.

For more information about these programs, please email teenvol@dbg.org or call 480 481.8123.

Sponsored by the Herbert H. and Barbara C. Dow Foundation

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