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09.29.2015

Attention teachers: The FED UP film team has used a Kickstarter Campaign to raise enough money to make the FED UP movie and Educational Kit available to 10,000 teachers – […]

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09.25.2015

Advancing Global Common Good By Laura Turner Seydel / EcoWatch For seven decades, the United Nations (UN) has been a place for people and countries to exchange words instead of weapons […]

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09.22.2015

  Beyond the Headlines Posted: September 18 By Public Radio International’s Living on Earth In this week’s trip beyond the headlines, Peter Dykstra tells host Steve Curwood about the ousting […]

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09.17.2015

  Photo left to right: Shante Chaney, Leah Kelley, Miranda Watrous, Bang Tran, and not pictured, Summer Ladd September starts our second year with FoodCorps serves members and we’re incredibly excited! […]

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09.16.2015

Grantee: Lincoln Middle School – Portland, Maine Project Title: Using Technology to Investigate Urban Ponds Students observed, collected data, conducted research, and wrote about the water quality, plants, animals and other living things in Baxter Woods […]

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09.15.2015

  Nationwide Hackathon to Benefit Nonprofits Posted: September 14 By Angelia Davis – Greenville Online Three nonprofit organizations are set to benefit from a nationwide competition between teams of programmers. The competition […]

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09.15.2015

  We are thrilled to announce that Cafeteria Culture (CafCu, 2012 Small Grants grantee) was selected as a winner of the inaugural UL Innovative Education Award! As a tier 2 winner, […]

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09.14.2015

  Center for Land-Based Learning Winters, California The Center for Land-Based Learning’s SLEWS (Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship) program engages California high school students in habitat restoration projects that […]

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09.11.2015

Rhode Island Natural History Survey Kingston, Rhode Island Project Title: Rhode Island Youth Conservation League Rhode Island Youth Conservation League (YCL), is a program were high school aged youth work with college-aged […]

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09.11.2015

MobilityLIVE! 2015 and Technology Association of Georgia are partnering on a national hackathon event that will run September 22 to October 22! $5,000 IN CASH PRRIZES Kicking off September 22nd, this month long HackBack […]

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09.11.2015

9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the EPA’s approval of Dow AgroScience’s sulfoxaflor, a neonicotinoid pesticide shown to be highly toxic to bees. Because of this victory, sulfoxaflor will […]

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09.10.2015

The Ella Baker School – New York, New York Project Title: Robo Ponic Kids “My first apartment in New York City was 350 square feet, so I’ve always been interested in […]

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09.09.2015

Lesson Plans – Turner Cartoon Inspires Real-life Environmental Education Foundation Posted: September 07 By Meredith Cooper – OutlooK-12 Magazine   We’re featured in the September issue of The Hispanic Outlook-12 Magazine […]

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