Mentoring Matters

Three years ago in October, I started taking beekeeping classes and pondered starting an innovative youth development program. My son, Zachary, helped me create the name “GEN2050” for the program. Since that time, over 150 students have participated in this unique program. CBS4 News in Miami recently featured GEN2050 and our focus on environmental awareness and sustainability in its series “Mentoring Matters.”

Mentoring Matters: Bees, Bats, & Butterflies, Life Lessons From Nature

I hope that you will take a few minutes to watch this news story by clicking the link above!  It really captures what we have been up to at Patch of Heaven Sanctuary in recent months.

Do you know any middle and high school students who could benefit from the GEN2050 program?  For information on how to register for upcoming Environmental Awareness Academy STEAM field trips, as well as “New Bee” beekeeping classes, please email: info@gen2050.com 

(photo credits: Tanya Rocha, Zoo Miami, September 2019, Linda Freeman, Patch of Heaven Sanctuary, July 2019)

About Linda Freeman

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Linda Pulley Freeman combines her specialized training in environmental and chemical engineering with her deep ministerial commitment as she serves mission fields at home and abroad.

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