Leadership Center

The Captain Planet Foundation Leadership Center bridges the Foundation’s external programs, such as grants to support environmental education projects across the world, and its internal programs, including the Learning Gardens, Youth Planeteer Clubs and other demonstration projects. Its mission is to support environmental literacy and stewardship by promoting best practices in the field. Inspired by ideas gleaned from twenty years of Foundation-funded projects; and based on research into childhood education and activities; as well as evaluation of promising programs, the Leadership Center shares the most effective curricula, techniques, approaches and strategies for empowering the next generation of Earth’s caretakers.

Curriculum and Projects

  • Best environmental ed for K-12
  • Citizen science & stewardship projects
  • Aligned to Next Gen Science Standards

Resources

  • Funders and freebies for ee
  • Creating outdoor learning areas
  • Teacher toolkit, lessons, and links

Best Practices

  • How-to guides for grant applicants
  • Model programs and protocols
  • Making ee programs resilient

Next Generation Science and STEM

  • Professional development
  • Strategies for integrating ee
  • Evaluating effectiveness of ee

Success Stories

  • Learn How to use a Garden Tower from this GRantee video
  • Community Bottle Blocks and Model Eco-Learning Center
  • Aquaponics and Remote Sensing in Hawaii

Small Grants

  • $500 - $2500 matching grants
  • Empower kids to solve problems
  • Foster hands-on learning

Learning Gardens

  • Garden templates and designs
  • Lessons aligned to standards
  • Wiki for teachers

Youth Planeteer Clubs

  • Fun eco-activities for kids
  • Projects to save the Earth
  • Register your Club here

Global Planeteers

  • Meet other grown-up Planeteers
  • Plan events and create change
  • Planet Blog and @ #GoPlanet



Recent News & Events
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Pratt Industries and Captain Planet Foundation partnership

  Captain Planet Foundation’s innovative Project Learning Garden provides schools with strategies for building effective and sustainable garden-based learning programs.  By the end of 2014, the program will have 110 Project Learning Garden schools in its […]

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2014 SUMMER GARDEN INTERNS

  It definitely takes a village to manage the Project Learning Garden schools around metro-Atlanta!  This summer, CPF was once again the recipient of generous support from the Arthur M. […]