Standing in the shadows of giant wind turbines, it’s hard not to be awestruck. For Yakima-area teachers, a field trip to the Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility outside Ellensburg […]
“I have not only gained incredible knowledge on climate science but I also learned how to teach a class in these challenging times.” – Teacher at WGS’ Fire and Our […]
Elementary school teachers in Kent chose EarthGen (formerly Washington Green Schools) to provide engaging, hands-on science lessons for their fifth grade students.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
At the 10th annual Clark County Student Summit hosted by EarthGen, Clark County, and other local partners, youth forged an inspired community of environmental leaders.
Ask any teacher from a rural school district if they feel they have adequate opportunities for quality professional development in their community and most will tell you they do not. […]
Learn more about Washington Green Schools’ new Stormwater Stewards program. Stormwater Stewards engages students from K -12 schools across Washington in stormwater education and action projects in their communities.
It’s been a productive autumn for Green Teams. If you weren’t able to join us at one of our Teacher Trainings, don’t worry – we’re can fill you in! Read […]