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Earth Force: Discovery

Here's a quick look into the environmental action civics approach educators use with thousands of students every year. We'll share about the free coaching Earth Force offers educators, how you can get student project funding, and the easy tweaks you can make to empower young people. We're passionate about this work because, frankly, we get […]

’22-’23 Caring for Our Watersheds Info Session – For Returning Educators

Returning Educators: Join us for a quick overview of Caring for Our Watersheds, where classroom groups of ten or more answer the question, "What can you do to improve your watershed"? Middle school and high school educators and partners from the Mid-Atlantic Region of the US are welcome to attend to learn more about this […]

Ongoing Support Series: Environmental Action Civics

Digging into environmental action civics? Join Earth Force this fall - we're offering four (free!) support sessions, each focusing on a different topic. Join us for Q&A, problem-solving, and camaraderie. Open to both new and experienced Earth Force practitioners. Attend one or all! Note: Educators participating in the RISE Challenge or Caring for Our Watersheds […]

Caring for Our Watersheds ’22-’23 Info Session

Join us for a quick overview of Caring for Our Watersheds, where classroom groups of ten or more answer the question, "What can you do to improve your watershed"? Middle school and high school educators and partners from the Mid-Atlantic Region of the US are welcome to attend to learn more about this opportunity! You […]

Earth Force at NAAEE: Advancing Civics in Environmental Education Workshop

Attending the NAAEE Conference this year? We'll be there too! Don't miss our workshop on Advancing Civics in Environmental Education. (And don't miss our exhibit! Two hints: tasty + spicy) The workshop will be broken into four elements, each given equal time. The first element will give an overview of Environmental Action Civics and Earth […]

Earth Force: Discovery

Here's a quick look into the environmental action civics approach educators use with thousands of students every year. We'll share about the free coaching Earth Force offers educators, how you can get student project funding, and the easy tweaks you can make to empower young people. We're passionate about this work because, frankly, we get […]

Asking for Environmental Change: A Conversation with Civic Leaders

How Can Students Make Community-Level Change? A Conversation with Civic Leaders in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. This is an opportunity during school time for students to engage in youth-adult partnership with leaders and learn how to ask for change and influence community-level policy or practice. Educators and other environmental organizations are welcome to attend to […]

Ongoing Support Series: Environmental Action Civics

Digging into environmental action civics? Join Earth Force this fall - we're offering four (free!) support sessions, each focusing on a different topic. Join us for Q&A, problem-solving, and camaraderie. Open to both new and experienced Earth Force practitioners. Attend one or all! Note: Educators participating in the RISE Challenge or Caring for Our Watersheds […]

RISE Challenge Colorado: Trauma Informed Teaching Support Session w/ Dr. Courtney Welton-Mitchell

Trauma informed teaching practices are an integral part of creating a successful civic action project. Natural disasters can leave young people with a sense of helplessness against these events that have devastated communities. With the proper skills and resources to engage in these conversations we can build genuine youth-adult partnerships that empower youth to take […]

Problem Solving Workshop: Bring Your Questions!

Open to anyone implementing or training on Environmental Action Civics! Join Earth Force for an Environmental Action Civics problem solving workshop. Bring a question or challenge you are experiencing and be ready to brainstorm solutions with others. This will be fully discussion-based to provide a time to connect and help each other solve problems.

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