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Seeking New Board Members

EarthGen Seeking New Board Members

To support the continued success and growth of the organization, EarthGen is seeking new, talented members for its Board of Directors. We invite community leaders who are committed to kids, K-12 education, climate solutions, and environmental justice to contact us to learn more.

"My favorite winter activity is bundling up for a long walk, or the very occasional polar plunge in Lake Washington."

Meet Rae, Our New Education Specialist

EarthGen is thrilled to welcome Rae Jing Han as our new Education Specialist! Currently completing her doctorate at the University of Washington, Rae supports EarthGen’s teacher training and program development, […]

Olympia School District teacher Heath Bingman presents economic interests in EarthGen’s mock climate summit.

EarthGen Uses Gamification to Teach Climate Action

While youth climate leaders often make the news, many young people believe climate change is too big a problem for them to solve. But young people are natural changemakers, and engaging them in civics and climate action can be as easy as playing a game.

Welcome new staff!

The EarthGen Team is Growing: Welcome New Staff!

We are delighted to welcome three new talented staff members to the EarthGen team: Sarah Farbstein, Cameron Steinback, and Melissa Amrhein. Sarah joins us as Development Manager, and Cameron and […]

Hands planting inside a grattix box

Green Stormwater Education Projects Available for Schools

Did you know that EarthGen supports schools to install rain gardens and other stormwater infrastructure as teaching tools for students? These projects create new opportunities for hands-on learning, expand community […]

Oyster farm on the beach with many large metal cages full of oysters

Using Shellfish to Teach Climate Change

Shellfish are an important traditional food source with cultural significance for coastal Native people and the foundation of an iconic industry for Washington state. The shellfish industry here generates hundreds of millions […]