Ten Strands CEO Karen Cowe reflects on her first ten years at Ten Strands. She has been pivotal in leading the organization and the state to ensure that students across California are equipped with the knowledge necessary to create healthy communities.
How Advocacy for Environmental Policy and Climate Literacy is the Catalyst for ActionPosted by Diya Kandhra, Cici Xu on August 3, 2022
This article is part of our Youth Voices series. At Ten Strands we believe that young people have valuable perspectives and a critical role in shaping our society and our world. We recognize their power to drive dialogue and create positive change, and are committed to providing a platform which amplifies their contributions. Finding Our Voices: […]
Save California Salmon Announced as 2022 Environmental Education Organization of the YearPosted by Ten Strands on June 2, 2022
AEOE, Ten Strands, and the California Environmental Literacy Initiative (CAELI) have awarded Save California Salmon as the 2022 Environmental Education Organization of the Year.
Passion For Caretaking and Community Shapes Path to Ten StrandsPosted by Navreet Dhaliwal on May 19, 2022
Statement of Purpose: Ten Strands is introducing its staff through statements of purpose from each member that reveals the motivations and ambitions of their work. Today, we hear from Ten Strands Philanthropic Engagement Manager Navreet Dhaliwal who shares how his personal and professional path have driven his commitment to advocating for underserved and marginalized communities. […]
CA Approves $6M to Climate Change and Environmental Justice CurriculumPosted by Ten Strands on July 16, 2021
Senator Ben Allen’s proposal passes, providing funds to create new open education resource (OER) curriculum units for K–12 students. SACRAMENTO — Governor Gavin Newsom, on July 9, signed into law landmark legislation that will allocate $6 million for the creation of free educational resources on climate change and environmental justice. The momentous bill was signed […]