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Posted: June 22 By Esha Chhabra from The Ventura Star and Rethink Social Domino’s is now serving school lunches. Yes, that’s right. Sounds abysmal, doesn’t it? It’s called the “smart […]


Erin Brockovich was interviewed for I Am Eco Warrior at last year’s gala, where she received the Protector of the Earth award. Erin Brockovich is a consumer advocate and environmental […]

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Nature Works Everywhere – the youth education program of The Nature Conservancy – has a beautiful new website with new features and tools that make garden education easier. This website […]

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Captain Planet Foundation’s Project Learning Garden from One Entertainment Productions on Vimeo. A collaboration of donations made possible a stop action video about our Captain Planet Foundation’s Project Learning Garden – […]

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  When Powers Combine Posted: June 2014 By Georgia Trend‘s Susan Percy Laura Turner Seydel, who is Chairperson of the Captain Planet Foundation, was inspired by the groundbreaking Captain Planet […]

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  Captain Planet Foundation is thrilled to announce a $60,000 grant from the James M. Cox Foundation to support the adaptation and expansion of the CPF Learning Gardens Program for […]


  In April, Captain Planet Foundation Learning Garden Manager, Kyla Van Deusen, attended the 7th National Farm to Cafeteria Conference in Austin, TX where more than 1,000 attendees spent a […]


  This past Spring, the Planeteer Club at Canutillo Elementary School (near El Paso, TX) and their after-school Boys and Girls Club partners completed all phases of the Planeteer Club […]

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  Congratulations to Tommy Whiteley on being an honored guest at the White House Science Fair! Tommy was the 2012 Rocket21 & CPF “Dream Green” contest winner. The contest invited […]

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  Monarch butterflies are disappearing. Their caterpillars eat only milkweed plants and loss of milkweed patches, exacerbated by use of herbicides, has contributed to the butterfly’s decline. But students across […]


  This summer, Captain Planet Foundation will team up with Georgia Department of Education to offer workshops for all Regional Education Service Agencies (RESAs) in Georgia. These week-long preview workshops […]

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Integrating Aquaponics with Garden Towers for Local Food Production: A Kahuku School Project A presentation by Tia Greene-Duarte of Kahuku High & Intermediate School (Hawaii) on local food production, aquaponics, […]

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Growing future leaders: Playing in the dirt offers a lesson about nature Posted: May 2014 Content provided by CSX on Mother Nature Network website Students at Arabia Mountain High School […]