Monthly Archives: April 2016


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12 ways the arts can encourage climate action Posted: April 25 By Anna Leach   Barbara Pyle, Executive Producer of Captain Planet & the Planeteers and Co-Founder of Captain Planet […]

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Students use love of science & nutrition to help others enjoy healthier school lunches Posted: April 25 By Portia Bruner   A greenhouse and a school of fish are giving students […]


  Grantee: Emerson Waldorf School – Chapel Hill, NC Project Title: Emerson Farm Pollinator and Beekeeping Garden With a Captain Planet Foundation Small Grant, Emerson Farm was able to complete, connect, […]

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  Grantee: Gowanus Canal Conservancy – Brooklyn, New York Project Title: Gowanus Canal: Clean & Green The Gowanus Canal is a polluted urban water way in Brooklyn, NY that is a Superfund […]

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Telemundo Atlanta feature about Project Learning Garden and FoodCorps Posted: April 1 By Lara Carolina

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  “ELK has taught me how important it is to conserve and protect the outdoors because the scenery and the enlightenment of being in nature is something everyone should be […]


Join National Geographic and the National Park Service in Washington, D.C., for the National Parks BioBlitz and Biodiversity Festival, May 20-21, 2016. Be part of this nationwide celebration of the National Park Service’s centennial […]


Bang Tran Project Learning Garden schools: Drew Charter, Atlanta MLK Middle, APS Beecher Hills, APS   In September 2015, we began our second year as a FoodCorps Service Site. Working […]

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Photo from CPF Grantee Something Good in the World On March 10th, over 50 philanthropists, athletes, and celebrities “flash funded” more than $14 million dollars of projects. The funded projects […]


From Garden to Cafeteria: Students learn to grow healthy food Posted: March 30 By Sue G. Collins Budding gardeners in 50 Atlanta Public Schools are growing food to help feed the […]