December 18, 2017


At Earth Force we believe that getting young people engaged and invested in the environment and in their communities is an essential element of community resilience. We work with educators to prepare youth to play a meaningful role in how their communities adapt to a rapidly changing environment. To be effective participants, young people need to understand science, be able to apply scientific principles to real world problems, and have the skills to work within our civic systems to lead and foster change efforts.
Our Community Action and Problem Solving Process helps students master essential classroom content by guiding students as they apply the lessons of the classroom to real-world situations that are relevant to their lives. Along the way,  students develop 21st century skills like collaboration, public presentation, and project management that are critical for engaged and lifelong environmental citizenship.

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