In Washington, Students Learn About Climate Change Like Nowhere Else was published on January 12, 2023 on Reasons to be Cheerful’s website Article Excerpt: In science teacher Ali Coker’s sophomore […]
Responding to the growing demand for climate justice trainings, EarthGen collaborated with Stacy Meyer, Regional Science Coordinator at ESD 112, to develop three new Climate Justice League cohorts across the state. Nearly 100 teachers joined these new cohorts in fall 2021.
Sound Consumer contributor Tara Austen Weaver recently visited a program supported by EarthGen, which emphasizes youth-centered, collective solutions for a healthy planet. At PCC, 100% of proceeds from our “Farm-to-School” bagged Fuji apples supports EarthGen and other local organizations focused on food systems education.
EarthGen’s training programs help teachers make climate change relevant for students with examples connected to their own lives, and through activities that build their sense of agency to make a difference.
Originally published on the ClimeTime website on June 22, 2022 When Anacortes Middle School teacher Tasha Kirby had her class make applesauce last fall, she wasn’t teaching home economics. She […]
It was all hands on deck at Yakima’s Barge-Lincoln Elementary School on Friday afternoon.
Fifth-graders transferred plants from pots to school soil […]
People can’t take action against climate change if they don’t understand what it is, why it matters, or what they can do about it. Considering what’s at stake, the failure to integrate climate education into science curricula across the country begins […]
Young people have grown up aware of our climate crisis nearly their entire lives. The next generation will inherit this legacy, and they want to be part of the solutions. But to succeed they need knowledge, skills, and experience […]
Local private schools making a difference was published on April 27, 2022 in the Bainbridge Island Review. Article Excerpt: EarthGen has launched a new certification category for its statewide green […]
Originally published on the ClimeTime website on April 13, 2022 From high school students calculating the sea level rise resulting from climate change to kindergarteners tackling plastic pollution, EarthGen’s professional […]