Under a SBCTC grant – concentrate information at one web site – about educational opportunities in agriculture available at any 2-year college in the state of Washington.
The Lewis Clark Valley Literacy Council serve adult learners (18+) needing help with basic skills or English as a second language. Volunteers provide one-on-one tutoring in math, writing, reading and other language skills, using materials matched to each learner’s level.
Washington State University created ten regional Learning Centers throughout the state to provide access to higher education to residents living far from its three campuses. Residents of southeast Washington can complete world-class degree and certificate programs without having to leave their homes.
Provide educational opportunities, classes and seminars, on water, environmental and sustainability issues.