Students at Alder Avenue Middle School did not just complain about the quality of a nearby river–they did something about it.
PLT GreenSchools results in a greener environment–and confident, self-assured students–at a Kansas high school.
From Landfill Larry to an “idle-free” pick-up zone, students at Dimensions of Learning Academy found innovative ways to make a difference.
McKinney, Texas, often receives quality-of-life awards. Wolford Elementary helps contribute with a conservation focus across all grade levels.
Fishburn Park students in Roanoke do indeed care for fish–as well as recycle, monitor water quality, and a whole lot more!
The Learning Gate School community, including teachers, students, and families, lives and learns by the fact that “nature is the best teacher.”
It’s important to teach students the impact pollinators have on our lives. Here are pollinator projects created by students of all ages.
Learn how a small school in New Jersey established sustainability as an integrated concept.
A Washington outdoor learning center, housed in structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, is still going strong.
Pairing older and younger students to create a nature trail around a New York school’s perimeter provides learning experiences for both.