Shake Up Your Youth Engagement Efforts With These Resources

At Earth Force, it’s our job to stay on top of the latest and greatest trends around youth engagement. I asked staff to share their favorite youth engagement resource, both new and old. Check out our list below and shake it up with young people in the classroom, afterschool program, or community outreach. Genora, Partnership[…]

KIC-NET Program Flourishes In and Out of the Water

Last Fall, our Keep It Clean – Neighborhood Environmental Trios (KIC-NET) program, which aims to improve water quality by offering educational opportunities to schools located near parks with waterways, expanded to Albuquerque, NM. The Middle Rio Grande was chosen as one of three pilot watershed-based stormwater permit pilots nationwide, which made the community ripe for[…]

Catch Up with Earth Force at the Green Schools National Network conference

The Green Schools National Network conference is fast approaching. The largest gathering of green schools advocates will descend upon Virginia Beach, VA, on March 4-6, 2015. During the conference, there will be two opportunities to engage with Earth Force: Fostering Powerful Green School Networks through Collective Impact & Youth Engagement Weaving Networks and Building Partnership[…]

Applying the Reasonable Person Model to Successful Water Education Program

Guest blog post by Earth Force President/CEO, Lisa Bardwell Late last year, Earth Force and General Motors celebrated the 25th anniversary of GM GREEN. We chose to stage that auspicious occasion at the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE). It was a homecoming on many levels. Of course, SNRE is where[…]