Washington Green Schools is now EarthGen! Here's what you need to know.

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At-Home Certification

EarthGen (formerly known as Washington Green Schools) is now offering At-Home Certification. We know that this year comes with its many stressors and EarthGen would like to offer support in […]

Green Educator Spotlight: Mickey Marshall

This week’s Green Spotlight goes to Mickey Marshall from the Washington State School for the Blind. Our Green Spotlight series highlights educators and students who are taking action and making […]

Green Educator Spotlight: Shannon Rhodes

Our Green Spotlight series continues as we highlight educators and students who are taking action and making an impact in their communities and the Earth. Today we’re spotlighting Shannon Rhodes […]

Green Educator Spotlight: Shannah Davidian

To celebrate #EarthDay2020 we’re launching a series to highlight educators and students who are taking action and making an impact in their communities and the Earth. Up first, is Shannah […]

Coming Soon: Virtual Race to Decomposition

What makes an apple core decompose? On April 28, WGS will kick off its “Race to Decomposition” – a simple investigation using everyday materials from home. Through weekly online lessons, […]

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Featured Activity: Neighborhood Nature Scavenger Hunts

Our education staff is creating and curating a library of resources to support environmental learning while we’re all at home. In our Nature Scavenger Hunt, students observe plants, animals, and weather while getting fresh air in the neighborhood. Download and print our grades K-2 and grades 3-5 versions.