In celebration of National Poetry Month and Earth Day, we’re excited to share with you a story by Emilie Lygren, outdoor science educator and poet, where she explains her deep connection with nature through writing.
Apr. 6, 2023 NewsletterPosted by Ten Strands on April 10, 2023
In this newsletter, we share some of the great work Anaheim Unified School District is doing to educate students and families about environmental justice and climate change.
Building Sustainable Agricultural Practices, Food Nourishment, and Community BuildingPosted by Michael Matsuda on April 6, 2023
Today, we’re showcasing Anaheim Unified School District’s (AUHSD) efforts to educate students, families, and the community about sustainable agricultural practices, food nourishment, and community building.
Mar. 16, 2023 NewsletterPosted by Ten Strands on March 17, 2023
In this newsletter, we share our latest story out of the Climate Change and Environmental Justice Program! The Center for Ecoliteracy has been a leader in ecological education for over twenty-five years, nurturing student understanding of the food they eat in connection to the subjects they learn inside the classroom.
The Environmental Education of Youth Holds the Solution to Our World’s FuturePosted by Will Booth on March 16, 2023
Ten Strands climate corps fellow Will Booth shares his journey to the environmental education space.
Nourishing Students in the Cafeteria, Classroom, and GardenPosted by Alexa Norstad on March 16, 2023
Alexa Norstad, executive director of the Center for Ecoliteracy, shares the work of her organization to teach young learners about the interdependence and interconnectedness of people, food, place, and the ecosystem.
Mar. 2, 2023 NewsletterPosted by Ten Strands on March 7, 2023
At Ten Strands, we care about uplifting the work that young people are doing to fight climate change in their communities. In this newsletter, we share a powerful story by Rishi Gurjar, the next installment in our Youth Voices series.
Today, a coalition of more than fifty stakeholders released a new report urging California leaders to make a cost-effective, ten-year $150 billion investment to ensure TK–12 public schools can remain open, safe, and healthy places for children as the impacts of climate change become more frequent and extreme.